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Staff 



Editor-in-Chief 

Nancy Sargent 

A tsociate Editors 

Priscilla Bentley 
Patricia Berthold 
Claire Corbett 

Glossies 

Janice Dexter 
Diane Fullerton 
Florence Howell 
Diane Moore 

Business 

Jean Atkinson 
Maryellen Drew 
Judith Griffin 
Jean Hancock 
Ellen Hatch 



Art 



Claire Corbett 
Vivien Fisher 



Barbara Nadeau 
Ann Petrie 
Sandra Sullivan 
Judie Swenson 



Phyllis Hood 
Carol Lynch 
Virginia Murphy 
Florence Stazinski 
Catherine Vining 



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Administration 

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MR. JOHN A. W. PEARCE 

Principal 



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BERNICE L. HAYWARD 
Dean of Girls 



HAROLD E. HALEY 

Supervisor of Attendance 




JOHN B. LEAHY KENNETH G. ABBOTT 

Guidance 



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JOHN J. BURNS 
Department Head 



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English 
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KENNETH G. 
ABBOTT 



MARY A. 
ANDERSON 



ISABELL G. 
BEAUCHESNE 



JUDITH C. 
CHURCH 



LOUISE A. 
HAYES 



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EILEEN 
JOHNSON 




PHOEBE 
KORN 




MARIE J. 
LEVELL 



MARY E. 
SMALL 



MARION B. 
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HAZEL C. MARISON 
Commercial Department Head 




JANICE BEACH 



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WALTER D. 
BLOSSOM 



PRISCILLA 
BRADFORD 







ELMO FALZARANO 




PATRICIA A. 
McCORMACK 



ABRAHAM 
PINCISS 




PATRICIA S. 
DILLON 



ANNE R. 
LARSEN 



MARCIA POOLE 



Momemaking Department 




CORINNE M. SHUFF 
Homemaking Department Head 







ELMER H. VCATSON 
Department Head 



Mathematics Department 




MADELEINE 
BEAULIEU 



HAROLD E. 
HALEY 



GEORGE H. 
McKAY 




JOHN J. 
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JOHN JANUSAS 
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HUBERT G. 
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ELINOR 
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ANTHONY A. STRUZZIERO 
Department Head 




ELINOR RAVESI 




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Industrial Mts Department 




CARMINE C. 
MOSCHELLA, JR. 



WALTER J. 
PICKETT 




ARTHUR H. STROUT 
Department Head 




ANSTRICE C KELLOGG 
Art Department Head 




JOSEPHINE DiMAURO 



Music 
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learning, 

but along the roads of citizenship and practical experience 
... all valuable parts of our education. They have helped 
us in our class projects and extracurricular interests. The 
best way of expressing our sincere thanks is by staying on 
the paths along which they have started us. 



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Cibrarian 



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Frances Mclaughlin, r.n. 



MYRTLE NETH, R.N. 



Office 
Personnel 




MIRIAM PESCHIER and GERTRUDE HAZEL 



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MISS JOAN WRIGHTSON. our freshman 
and xophomort advisor 



MR. RICHARD EVANS, our 
junior advisor 



MR. KENNETH ABBOTT, our 
senior advisor 



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Mrs. Adlington 
Mrs. Kelley 



Miss Fox 
Mr. Rice 



Mr. Frederickson 
Mrs. Shoer 



Miss Fulton 
Mrs. Wentworth 



Mrs. Hennigar 
Mr. Schwartz 




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Lynne Ratigan 
Virginia Ward 
William Regan 
Kelvin Hecht 
Priscilla Bentley 
Marjorie Enderwick 
Claire Corbett 
Laurey Kenerson 
Cynthia Ratigan 
Barbara Nadeau 
Sandra Sullivan 
Nancy Sargent 
Richard Stevens 
Hazen Watson 
Marilyn Wall 
Mary Vazzana 

Vivian Fisher 
Richard Rohrbacher 
Donald Haley 

Florence Howell 

Carol Modica 

Diane Fullerton 

Roberta Johnson 

Louise Lloyd 

Carol Lynch 

Sandra Savary 

Gail Walton 



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Class 
Officers 



RICHARD JAMES 
COLLINS 

4 Stanton Street 

ROCKY G.E. APPRENTICE 

"He stood firm as a rock." 

Class Vice President 4; Ski 
Club 4; Senior Prom King; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Visual Aids 
4; Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Chairman of Junior 
Prom Committee, Senior Re- 
ception, Senior Prom. 





RICHARD PRESTON BOYLE 

9 Orchard Avenue 



DICK 



COLLEGE 



"A wise and understanding heart." 



Clajs Vice President 3; Class President. 4; Ski Club 4; 
Boys' Club Cabinet 4; Junior Prom King; Football 3; Com- 
mittees: Student Exchange 4, Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom, Class Ring; Visual 
Aids 3, 4. 



PHYLLIS ELAINE HOOD 

7 Jackson Street 



PHIL 



SECRETARY 



"Will the modern florist's triumph 
Look so fair or smell so sweet?" 

Class Secretary 3, 4; Clubs: Sahico 4; Ski 1, 4; Dramatic 
3, 4; Camera 4; Girls' Club Cabinet 3; Usherettes 4; Junior 
Prom Queen; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception, Class Ring, Senior Prom, Girls' Club 
Dance, Camera Club Dance, Dramatic Club Dance 3; 
Focus and Annual Typist 4; Band 1, 2; Boys' Club Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4. 




PETE 



ANN MARIE PETRIE 
409 Lynn Fells Parkway 

"For me, it is to laugh." 



SCHOOL 



Class Treasurer 4; Senior Glossies; Junior Red Cross 3, Vice President 3; 
Ski Club 4; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Usherettes 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
PTSA Class Representative 3; Girls' Club Home Room Representative 3; 
Twirler 3, 4"; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Reception, 
Senior Prom, Girls' Club Dance 3, Student Council Dance 4, Assembly 4, 
Student Council Convention 4; Boys' Club Talent Show 3, 4. 




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GAIL AUDREY AHMAN 
72 Adams Avenue 
SCHOOL GAGLE 

"Stories and sayings 
they will well remember." 
Clubs: Girls'. Cabinet 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, Secretary 
2, Vice President 3; Usherettes -i, Dramatic 3, 4, Senior 
Play; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Senior Prom, Con- 
cert 1, 2, Supper 2, Talent Show 2, 3. 4. Girls' Club 
Dance, Student Council Dance, Convention, Career Con- 
ference 3, 4, Class Reporter 1.2. 

JAMES BLAINE ALLEN 

39 Adams Avenue 

UNDECIDED PROFESSOR 

"A just jortune awaits the deserving." 
Clubs: Dramatic 3. Boys'; Committee: Dramatic Club 
Dance 3. 



SEBASTIAN LEONARD AMABILE 

103 Essex Street 

SCHOOL SAM 

"To be merry best becomes you." 
Clubs: Boys': Committees: Sophomore Dance. Junior 
Prom: Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4. 






PAUL LAURENCE ANDERSON 

9 Dustin Street 



SCHOOL 



ANDY 



"He who attains to sincerity 

is he who chooses what is good 

and firmly holds it fast." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 3; Football 3. 




WILLIAM EDWARD ATKINS 

21 Garfield Avenue 



COAST GUARD ACADEMY 



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"The difficulty in life is the choice." 
Club: Boys' 

JEAN PHYLLIS ATKINSON 

59 Chestnut Street 
SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 

"Nothing is so popular as kindness." 

Clubs: Ski 1, 4, Dramatic 4, Usherettes 4, Sahico 4, Girls'; 
Committees: Concert 1, 2, Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception, Class Ring, Senior Prom, Talent Show 
2, 4; Business Staff and Typist for the Focus and Annual 4. 




DELORES HENRIETTA BAJDEK 
6 Lily Pond Avenue 



TEACHERS' COLLEGE 



WORK 



"Oh, call it by some better name, 
For friendship sounds too cold." 

Clubs: Sahico 4, Girls', Hobby 3, First Aid 3. 

CLAIRE ANNE BACKSTROM 
44 Bailey Avenue 



WORK 



"Her haire cumly curl ' d, 
glistened lyke golde." 




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Clubs: Girls', Personality 3, Glee 1, 2; Committees: Con- 
cert 1, 2, Junior Prom. 




COLLEGE 



DENNIS PIGEON BARRY 

74 Essex Street 



'Still waters run deep." 



Clubs: Boys'; Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 
2, 3, 4, Visual Aids 3, 4. 



ANDRE GEORGE BATTIS 

32 Auburn Street 



ACCOUNTANT 



ONDRE 



Clubs: Dramatic, 
Planning Board. 



"Life is full of amusement 
to an amusing man." 

Mascot Squad 4, Boys', Glee Club 





PATRICIA ELLEN BERTHOLD 

SECRETARY 11 Marr Road PAT 

"And her dark eyes — how eloquent I 
Ask what they ivould, 'twas granted." 
Clubs: Girls', Ski 1, 4, Dram. 3, 4, Jr. R. C. 3, Sahico 4, 
Pres. Stu. Coun. 4, Ush. 4, Marshal Squad 4; Corns.: Con. 1, 
2, Jr. Prom, Soph. Dance, Sr. Prom, Tal. Show 2, 4, Stu. 
Coun. Dance 4, Dram. Dance 3, 4, Assoc. Ed. 4. 

PRISCILLA JILL BENTLEY 

COLLEGE 118 Winter Street JILL 

"She who has ability finds her place." 
Clubs: Ush. 4, Jr. R. C. 3, Girls', Pep Squad, Girls' Cho. 1, 
2, PTSA 3, NHS 3, 4; Corns.: Con. 1, Soph. Dance Chmn. 
Jr. Prom, Sr. Rec, Class Ring, Sr. Prom Co-Chmn., Tal. 
Show 2, 3, 4, NHS Dance 3, 4, Career Con., Focus Rep. 
1, 2, Focus Ed. 3, Ann. Assoc. Ed. 4. 





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NORMA ELAINE 
BISHOP 

14 Raddin Terrace 



SECRETARY 



NORM 



"Blushing is beautiful but 
it is sometimes inconven- 
ient." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom. 




ALAN NELS BLOOM 



59 Lincoln Avenue 



COLLEGE 



AL 



"The best way to secure 

future happiness is to be 

as happy as is rightfully 
possible today." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski 1, Student 
Council 1, Junior Red 
Cross 1. 



JANET BROACH 
41 Elaine Avenue 

BROADCASTING 

SCHOOL BALDY 

"Happiness comes from the 
health of the soul." 

Clubs: Camera, Pep Squad 
1, 2, 4, Marshal Squall 4; 
Committees: Senior Prom, 
Volleyball 1, Senior Play. 



HAROLD ARTHUR 

BRENNAN 
10 Pratt Street 



WORK 



HAL 



"Music is the 
universal language." 

Clubs: Boys', Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Committees: Band Con- 
cert 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 

3, 4. 




WILLIAM JOSEPH 
BUTTS 

63 Cleveland Avenue 



COLLEGE 



BILL 



"It is no small art to sleep: 
to achieve it one must keep 
awake all day." 

Clubs: Boys'. 




RALPH WILLIAM 
BROWN 

131 Fairmount Avenue 

G.E. APPRENTICE 

COURSE RED 

"Personality is to a man 
what perfume is to a flow- 
er." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski 1, 4, Vis- 
ual Aids; Committees: Sen- 
ior Prom. 



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ROBERT THADDEUS 
CARRIGAN 

44 Bennett Avenue 



COLLEGE 



BOB 



"Keep your face to the sun- 
shine and you cannot see 
the shadow." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 2, 3, 
4, Focus Photographer 3, 4, 
Visual Aids 3, 4. 



PRISCILLA RUTH 
CARDARETTE 

19 Victoria Street 

AIRLINE HOSTESS 

"The birds can fly, 
An' why can't I?" 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 3, 
Glee 1, 2, Homemaking 4; 
Committees: Concert 1, 2, 
Supper 1, 2, Talent Show 
3, Girls' Club Dance 2, Sen- 
ior Reception. 



PATRICIA ANN 
CARR 

208 Lincoln Avenue 



SCHOOL 



PAT 



"Must we share it — happi- 
ness was born a twin." 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Cam- 
era 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom, 
Talent Show 4. 




CHARLES GOULD 
CARROLL 

28 Water Street 

ELECTRICIAN RED 

"Any color so long 

as it's red 

Is the color that 

suits me best." 

Clubs: Boys'. 



JANICE EILEEN 
CASE 

26 Fairview Avenue 

NURSING SCHOOL JAN 

"A merry heart doeth good 
like a medicine." 

Clubs: Girls', Treasurer 1; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- 
ident 3, 4; Dramatic 3, 4, 



Usherettes 4, Marshal 
Squad 4, Library Assistant 
3, PTSA 3, Girls' Chorus 
1; Committees: Concert 1, 
Junior Prom, Sophomore 
Dance, Senior Reception, 
Class Ring, Senior Prom, 
Girls' Club Dance, Dra- 
matic Dance 3; Class Treas- 
urer 1, 2, 3. 



JAMES EDWARD 
CARTER 

21 Emory Street 



G.E. APPRENTICE 
COURSE 



JIM 




"The first hour of the morn- 
ing is the rudder of the 
day." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 

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11 PITH LEE 
CHARRA 



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WORK 



KUDY 



. . ... f cheet 
fulnt • ■ ri -', -violence." 

Clubs: Girls'. Dramatic i, 
4. Pep Squad 3, Homemak- 
mj: -i. Marshal Squad 5; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 4, Dramatic 
Dance J, Assembly; Basket- 
ball 5, 4. 




JOHN FRANCIS 
CHAPPIE 

6 Cherry Street 

SERVICE CHAP 

"The ideal of service is the 
basis of all worthy enter- 
prise." 



Clubs: Boys', 
Basketball 3. 



Baseball 2, 



ANDREW JOSEPH 
COGLIANO 

310 Lincoln Avenue 

BUSINESS COLLEGE 

ANDY 

"To live well is to work 
well, to show a good ac- 
tivity." 

Clubs: Boys'. 




GORDON ERNEST 
COLE 

7 Valley Street 

COLLEGE 

"Employ thy time well, if 
thou meanest to g a i n 
leisure." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski 3, 4, Vis- 
ual Aids; Committees: Jun- 
ior Prom. 



WILLIAM HENRY 
COLYER 

72 Main Street 



COLLEGE 



BILL 



"The happier the time, the 
faster it goes." 

Clubs: Boys', Band 2, 3, 4, 
Ski 1; Committees: Band 
Concert 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 
3, 4, Sophomore Dance. 



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ALLEN ROY 
COMEAU 

487 Lincoln Avenue 



PRO BASEBALL 



LAZY-C 



"To love the game beyond 
the prize." 

Clubs: Boys'; Football 1, 2, 
3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Hockey 
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 
3, 4. 




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WILLIAM LEONARD 
CORBETT 



14 Nason Road 



COLLEGE 



BILL 



"Silence is deep as Eternity; 
Speech is shallow as time." 

Clubs: Boys', Science Club 

1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1; Committees: Band 
Concert 1, Glee Club Con- 
cert 3, 4, Supper 3, 4, 
Festival 3, 4, Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception; Football 

2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast. 



PRISCILLA DIANNE 
COPELAND 

475 Central Street 

AIRLINE STEWARDESS 

CILLA 

"A light heart lives long." 

Clubs: Ski 4, Usherettes 4, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, Marshal 
Squad 4, PTSA 3, Cheer- 
leader 3, 4, Girls'; Commit- 
tees: Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Senior Prom; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, Volleyball 2. 



RAYMOND RICHARD 
COUTURIER 

142 Hesper Street 

SCHOOL RAY 

"The gift of gaiety maybe — 
the most serious- step toward 
maturity . . ." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski; Commit- 
tees: Senior Prom, Junior 
Prom, Senior Play Stage 
Manager. 



CLAIRE ANN 
CORBETT 

36 Lawndale Avenue 

COLLEGE 

"Disagreement makes 
agreement more precious." 

Clubs: Girls', Cabinet 4; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, National 
Honor Society 3, 4, Pres- 
ident 4; Dramatic 3, 4, Cam- 
era Club 2, Student Coun- 
cil 1; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Co-Chairman 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Girls' Dance 4, NHS 
Dance 4, Dramatic Dance 3, 
4; Focus 2, 3; Annual As- 
sociate Editor 4; DAR Rep- 
resentative. 



ANTONIA ANN 
COVIELLO 

56 Bristow Street 



SCHOOL 



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"She keeps on the windy 
side of care." 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 

2, Ski 1, 4, Camera 2, 3, 
4, Treasurer 4; Dramatic 3, 
4, Treasurer 4; Usherettes 
4, Glee 1, 2; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception, 
Senior Prom, Talent Show 

3, Dramatic Dance 4, As- 
sembly, Camera Club Dance 
3; Cheerleader 3, 4. 





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CHARLES WILLIAM 
CRILLEY 

334 Central Street 



NAVY 



BUTCH 



"Quiet persons are welcome 
everywhere." 

Clubs: Boys', PTSA. 





DORANNE CRONIN 

55 Magnolia Street 



IBM SCHOOL 



DORI 



"Dancing, the poetry 
of the foot.'' 

Clubs: Girls', Ski 1, Glee 2, Personality 3; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 2, Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom. 

WILLIAM EDWARD DANAHY 
16 Second Street 



COLLEGE 



BILL 



"Punctuality is the 
politeness of kings." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 1, Audio Visual Aids; Committees: 
Junior Prom. 




ROBERT LEE DAVIS JR. 

5 Holden Avenue 



G.E. APPRENTICE COURSE 



BOB 



"Responsibility iralks hand in 
hand with capacity and power." 



Clubs: Boys', Glee 1, Science 1, Audio Visual Aids 3, 
4. Marshal Squad 2; Football Student Manager 2. 3, 4; 
Assembly. Senior Play. 





SERVICE 



PAUL DENNIS DAY 

54 Lake Dam Road 



"Every artist was first 
an amateur." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 1. 



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VINCENT WILLIAM DeCAIN 

9 Meadow Lane 



COLLEGE 



VINNIE 



"Silence is often evidence of 
the most persuasive character.'' 



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Clubs: Boys', Camera 3, 4, Vice President 4; Committees: 
Camera Club Dance 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3. 

CARL JOSEPH DeCOTIS 

459 Broadway 



BUSINESS 



CARL 



'Neither birds nor winds 
are faster" 

Clubs: Boys' 

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COLLEGE 



JANICE LORAINE DEXTER 

13 Montgomery Street 



"No gift is more precious 
than good advice." 



DEX 



Clubs: Girls , L'sherettes 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Ski 4. Junior 
Red Cross 4, Student Council 3. Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Committees: Girls' Club Nominating, Motto 4, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 3, Student Council Dance 3. Convention. Dra- 
matic Club Dance 3: Annual 4, PTSA. 



PHILIP HARRY DEVONSHIRE 



AIR FORCE 



7 Park Street 

"Follow then thy choice.''' 
Clubs: Boys', Science. Glee. 



PHIL 







PETER DAVID DIXON 

144 Main Street 



COLLEGE 



PETE 



"There i.\ no musician 
like a good musician." 

Clubs: Boys', Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Committees: Band Concert 
1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom. Senior Recep- 
tion; Baseball 2. 



HELEN ARLINE DONNELLY 

768 Broadway 



NURSING 



HELEN 



"Friendship is the only 

cement that will ever hold 

the world together." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatics 3, PTSA, Pep Squad 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 4, Hobby 3; Committees: Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Dramatic Club Dance 3. 





BARBARA JEAN DOUCETTE 

27 Magnolia Street 



BUSINESS SCHOOL 



"Merry as a lark." 



DUKE 



Clubs: Girls', Ski 4, Pep Squad 3; Basketball 3, 4; Com- 
mittees: Sophomore Dance. 

ALAN LESTER DOTY 
27 Columbus Avenue 



ENGINEERING 



"One neier loselh by 
doing good turns!' 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 1, 2; JV Basketball 

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CAROLYN THERESE 
DOW 

14 Bay Field Road 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

''Goodness is the only in- 
vestment that never f.iils." 

Clubs: Girls' Representative 
3. Pep Squad 5, Student 
Council 4. Usherettes. 2nd 
Lieutenant 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom. Senior Reception. 
Senior Prom. 



MARY ELLEN DREW 

14 Lin wood Street 
MEDICAL SECRETARY 
''Silence is more 
eloquent than words." 
Clubs: Girls', Ski 4, Cam- 
era 2. 3. Secretary 3: Jun- 
ior Red Cross Council 2. 
Secretary 2: Student Coun- 
cil 3. 4. Sahico 4, Secretary. 
L'sherettes 4, 1st Lieutenant: 
Girls' Club. Representative 
1, 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; 
Committees: Glee Club Con- 
cert 2, Sophomore Dance 2. 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion. Senior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 1. Student 
Council Dance 3. 4, Hand- 
book 3, Convention, Camera 
Club Dance 3; Focus and 
Annual Business Staff. 



VIRGINIA ANN 

DOW 

7 Jewett Street 

TEACHER'S COLLEGE 

GINNV 

"To be merry 
best becomes you." 

Clubs: Girls', Camera 4, 
Dramatics 3, 4, Hobby 3, 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, Ski 4, 
Homemaking, PTSA 3; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom. Sen- 
ior Reception, Senior Prom. 
Dramatic Club Dance 3, 4, 
Boys' Club Talent Show 2, 
4; Basketball 3, 4. 




NORMAN EDWARD 
DOWN 

23 Birch Street 

COLLEGE NORM 

"Everyone to bis bobby" 

Clubs: Boys', First Aid 3, 
Student Council 1, Glee 
Club 1, 2, 4; Committees: 
Band Concert 3, Senior Play 
Assistant Page Manager. 




LOUIS EARL 
DUMAS JR. 

30 Curtis Road 

COLLEGE EARL 

"Thought is the ?neasure of 
life." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Class Ring, Senior Prom; 
Athletics: Football 1. 



ELIZABETH 
FRANCES DUNN 
83 Bow Street 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 
BETTY 

"We grunt, although she has 
much wit she's very shy 
of using it." 

Clubs: Girls' Glee, Pep 
Squad, Girls', Homemaking; 
Committees: Concert. 



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MARJORIE ELEANOR 
ENDERWICK 

14 Ballard Street 

WORK, THEN SCHOOL 

MARGIE 

"Those thousand decencies 

that daily flow from all her 

words and actions." 

Clubs: Ski 1, Junior Red 
Cross 1, Girls', Secretary 2; 
National Honor Society 3, 
4, Sahico 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Chair- 
man Invitation, Girls' Club 
Dance 2, National Honor 
Society Dance 4. 



FRED TUCKER 
ELLIOTT 

43 Atlantic Avenue 

RADIO ANNOUNCER 

FRED 

"Sometimes quiet is 
an unquiet thing." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 1, Sup- 
per 2, Senior Prom. 




ROBERT ROY 
EMERSON 

' 5 Charlotte Road 



AIR FORCE 



BOB 



"A gentleman well skilled 
in music." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Talent 
Night 3. 



MARCIA RUTH 
FARLEY 

111 Lincoln Avenue 



COLLEGE 



MARSH 



"Go forth, under the open 
sky, and list to nature's 
teachings." 

Clubs: Girls', Ski 4, Science 
1, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Committees: Glee Club 
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Supper 2, 
3, Festival 1, 2, 3; Softball 
Team 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, 
Sophomore Dance. 



JUSTINE KAREN 
FARNHAM 
103 Essex Street 



VIVIAN DUNHAM 

FISHER 
100 Springdale Avenue 

COMMERCIAL ARTIST 

VIV 

"A great artist can paint a 
great picture on a small 
canvas." 

Class Secretary 2; Clubs: 
Girls'; Committees: Girls' 
Chairman of Ways and 
Means 3, Glee Club Con- 
cert 1, 2, Supper 1, 2, Fes- 
tival 2, Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Senior Prom, Chair- 
man of Publicity; Boys' 
Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Girls' Club Dance 1, 2, 3; 
Focus Art Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Annual 4. 



BUSINESS 



TINA 



"There is flattery in Friend- 
ship." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3 
Sahico 4, Usherettes 4, Per 
sonality 3, Glee Club 2 
Marshal Squad; Commit 
tees: Glee Club Concert 2 
Boys' Club Talent Show 2 







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ANN MARIE 
FLOCCHER 

90 Main Street 

SECRETARY 

"Eyes can speak, and eyes 
can *'... 

Clubs: Girls Home Room 
Representative 4; Commit- 
tees: Senior Prom. Motto 4. 





ANN GARLAND 

27 Summer Street 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 

"Politeness is the chief 
sign of culture." 

Clubs: Girls', PTSA 3, 4 



LAUREL LEE GAY 
6 Cliff Road 

AIRLINE HOSTESS 

LAURIE 

"Graceful as a 
spray of clematis." 

Clubs: Girls', Ski, Usher- 
ettes 4; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom," 
Senior Reception, Senior 
Prom, Girls' Club Nominat- 
ing 3; Basketball 3, 4, 
(Home Room). 



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DIANE HARDWICK 
FULLERTON 

325 Central Street 



COLLEGE 



DEE 



"Knowledge is, indeed, that 
which next to virtue truly 
and essentially raises one 
man above another." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, 
Marshal Squad 3, 4, Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4, National 
Honor Society 3, 4, Hobby 
3; Committees: Girls' Club 
Nominating 2, Glee Club 
Concert 2, 3, 4, Supper 2, 3, 
Sophomore Dance, Senior 
Prom, Dramatic Club Dance 
3, National Honor Society 
Dance 4; Focus Class Re- 
porter 2, Annual Senior 
Glossies, Band Librarian 1, 
Glee Club Planning Board 
3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY GRACE 
GIRARD 

5 Spring Street 

HAIRDRESSER NAN 

"She is always serene in 
times of difficulty." 

Clubs: Girls', Career Home- 
making, Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom. 



ROBERT FREEMAN 
GALLANT 
13 Fiske Road 



SCHOOL 



BOBBY 



"Gladness of heart is the 
life of man." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 1, 
Visual Aids; Hockey 3, 4, 
Baseball 2, 3, 4. 








EDWARD STEPHEN 
GLEBUS 

26 Oakhill Road 

SERVICE OR SCHOOL 

FOBERG 

"Nothing great was ever 
achieved without enthu- 



Clubs: Student Council 1, 
Boys'; Committees: Senior 
Reception, Football 1, 2, 3, 
4, Basketball 2, 3, 4. 





NEAL ARTHUR 
GOLDSTEIN 

7 Sapphire Road 

UNDECIDED GOLDIE 

"High-erected thoughts 
seated in the heart of cour- 
tesy." 

Clubs: Boys'; Basketball 3, 
4, Football 4. 



KENNETH 
MARSHALL 
GOODMAN 

26 Parker Street 



COLLEGE 



GOODY 



"Music produces a kind of 
pleasure which human na- 
ture cannot do without." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 3, 
Junior Red Cross 2; Com- 
mittees: Glee Club Concert 
1, 2, 3, 4, Supper 1, 2, 3, 
4, Festival 2, 3, 4, Boys' 
Club Talent Show 1, 3, 4; 
Glee Club Planning Board, 
Secretary; Small Mixed Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3. 




PAIGE ASHLEY 
GOODWIN 

9 Oaklandvale Avenue 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

"A merry hostess makes 
merry guests." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 4, 
Pep Squad 3, 4; Commit- 
tees: Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom. 



JOHN BERNARD 
GOULD 

21 Bow Street 

DRAMATIC SCHOOL 

JOHNNIE 

"An ounce of mirth is 
worth a pound of sorrow." 

Clubs: Boys', Mascot Squad 
4, Captain; Committees: 
Boys' Club Talent Show 4, 
All-School Play 4. 



PAUL LEROY 
GOUVEIA 

92 Denver Street 

SERVICE PAUL 

"A light heart lives long!' 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance. 




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WILLIAM GRAHAM 

1-16 Forest Street 

RED 

"Fair words break no bones." 

Clubs: Boys' 

JUDITH ANN GRIFFIN 

60 Adams Avenue 

SECRETARY JUDY 

"The rainbow based on ocean spans its sky." 

Clubs: Dramatics 3, 4, Sahico 4, Girls'; Committees: Glee 
Club Concert 1, 2, Sophomore Dance 2, Junior Prom 3, 
Senior Reception 3, Senior Prom 4, Dramatic Club Dance 
3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 2; Focus and Annual: Collection 
Manager 4, Typist 4. 







BARBARA ANN GUARINO 
3 Western Place 

SALEM TEACHERS' COLLEGE BARB 

"My dancing days are never done." 

Clubs: Girls'. Dramatics 3, Camera 3, PTSA 3, Ski Club 
4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees: Sophomore Dance 
2, Junior Prom 3, Senior Reception 3, Senior Prom 4, 
Boys' Club Talent Show 3, 4, Girls' Club Dance 3, Dra- 
matic Club Dance 3, Assembly; Basketball 2, 3, Volley- 
ball 2, 3. 





DONALD EDWARD HALEY 

72 Jasper Street 
ENGINEERING COLLEGE DON 

"Competition is the very life of science." 
Clubs: Boys', Audio Visual Aids 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4. 




RAYMOND LESTER HAMILTON 

49 Chestnut Street 

NAVY RAY 

"Men of few words turneth away wrath." 

Clubs: Camera, Marshal Squad 3, Assembly 3, 4. 

JEAN FRANCES HANCOCK 
36 Golden Hills Road 
MODEL 

"Aly, if lis dancing you would 
than poetry." 

Clubs: Girls', Sahico 4,. Dramatic 3, 4, Pep Squad 3, 4, 
Hobby 3, Marshal 4, Ski 4, PTSA 3; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom, 
Boys' Club Talent Show, Assembly, Dramatic Club Dance, 
Literary 3; Focus and Annual Typist 4, Red Cross 1, Senior 



FRANKIE 

be, there's brisker pipers 



Play Student Director. 



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ELLEN MARY HATCH 
62 Clifton Avenue 
BUSINESS SCHOOL 

"If a man has patience, what need he of armor?'' 
Clubs: Girls', Cabinet 4; Sahico 4, Vice President 4; Dra- 
matic 3, 4, President 4; Usherettes, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; 
Library 2; Committees: Glee Club Concert 2, 3, Supper 2, 
Festival 3, Sophomore Dance 2, Junior Prom, Senior Re- 
ception, Class Ring, Senior Prom, Girls' Club Dance 4, 
Dramatic Club Dance 3, 4; Typist for Focus and Annual, 
Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Glee Club, Senior Play. 

RONALD EVERETT HANSON 

14 Springdale Avenue 

NORTHEASTERN SWEDE 

"Men make the manners, manners make the men!' 

Clubs: Boys', Hockey 1, 2, 3. 






KELVIN GERALD HECHT 

56 Summer Street 

COLLEGE 

"the price of wisdom is above rubies." 

Clubs: Boys', Science, Student Council 1, Boys' Club Cabinet 
3, Treasurer Boys' Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, 
Camera 1, 2; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Hospitality. 



CARL STANLEY HEDLUND 

20 Eustice Street 

COLLEGE STAN 

"The highest of distinctions is service to others." 
Clubs: Boys', Ski 1. 





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RICHARD CHADWICK HILLS 

22 Pratt Street 



COLLEGE 



RICHIE 



"A light heart lives long: 



Clubs: Boys', Boys' Club Cabinet 4, Glee 1, 2, Ski 4, 
President 4; Dramatics 3, 4, Visual Aids, Camera 1; Com- 
mittees: Glee Club Concert, Glee Club Supper, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Play. 

HAROLD NEIL HEYLAND 

12 Foster Street 



WENTWORTH TECH. 

"Necessity is a good teacher." 
Clubs: Boys' 

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ROBERT WILLIAM 
HOBBS 

46 Chestnut Street 



UNDECIDED 



BOB 



"A little nonsense now and 
then is relished by the best 
of men." 

Clubs: Boys'. 



FLORENCE TERESA 
HOWELL 

45 Sunnyside Park 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

FORN 

"Friendship is a sheltering 
tree." 

Clubs: Girls'. Ski 1, Camera 
Club. Treasurer 3; Pep 
Squad. PTSA Home Room 
Representative. Girls' Club 
Home Room Representative 
3, 4; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom, 
Senior Prom: Annual: Glos- 
sies. 



ANN MARIE 
CECELIA HOLLAND 

12 Makepeace Street 

FASHION DESIGNER 

PEANUTS 

"The flower of their age." 

Clubs: Girls', Hobby 3, 
Glee l, 2, 3, Homemaking 
4, Dramatic 3; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 1, 2, 3. 
Supper 2, 3, Festival 3, 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance; Glee Club 
Planning Board 2, Senior 
Play Student Director. 




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STUART WESLEY 
HOLLETT 

26 Fairview Avenue 



MEDICAL SCHOOL 



WES 



"Politeness is the chief sign 
of culture." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 2, Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Committees: Glee Club Con- 
cert 1, 2, 3, Supper 1, 2, 3, 
Festival 1, 2, 3, Student 
Council Dance 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Handbook 4, Convention; 
Secretary of Glee Club; 
Focus: Sports Reporter; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 




DAVID ANTHONY 
HUGGINS 

27 Pleasant Street 



COLLEGE 



DAVE 



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"Science is vastly more stim- 
ulating to the imagination 
than are the classics." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski, Glee Club 
Treasurer 3, 4; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 1, 2, 3, 
4, Supper 2, 3, Festival 3, 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICIA GAIL 
JACKSON 

7 Overlea Avenue 



WORK 



ABBY 



"Mercy to them that shows 
it is the rule." 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad, 
Glee 1, Ski, Treasurer 4; 
Committees: Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception, Senior 
Prom; Athletics: Basketball. 





NEIL EDWARD 
JACKSON 

7 Overlea Avenue 

COLLEGE 

"Suppose your wish is to 
excel before an expert prac- 
tice well." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Senior Prom; Athletics: 
Football 3, Baseball 3, Bas- 
ketball 3. 



ROBERT EDWARD 
JACOBS III 

2 Central Place 

NAVY JAKE 

"A hundred little things 
make kindness." 

Clubs: Boys', Band 1, 2, 3, 
4, Vice President 4. 



GRACE MARIE 
JERVIS 

67 Auburn Street 



COLLEGE 



GRACIE 



"A soft answer turneth 
away wrath." 

Clubs: Girls', Glee Club 1, 
Pep Squad 2, Ski Club 4, 
PTSA; Committees: Glee 
Club Concert 1, Festival 1, 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception. 







CAROL LOUISE 
JOHNSON 

13 Maple Street 

TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

"To love the beautiful, to 
desire the good, to do the 
best." 

Clubs: Girls', Student Coun- 
cil 3, 4, Ski, Marshal Squad 

3, 4, Marshal Squad Captain 

4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Student Council 
Dance 3, 4, Handbook 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soft- 
ball 3, 4, Class Secretary 1, 
Girls' Club Representative 
1, 2, Senior Play. 

ROBERTA JOHNSON 
323 Essex Street 



COLLEGE 



ROBERTIE 



"Neatness is never a mis- 
take." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 
4, Camera 4, Junior Red 
Cross 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4. Ski, PTSA; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom; Senior Play. 



ROBERT THOMAS 
JOHNSTON 

7 Trull Circle 

PREP SCHOOL 

"All experience is an arch 
to build upon." 

Clubs: Boys' 



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CHARLES WILLIAM 

JUFFRE 
209 Lynn Fells Parkway 



COLLEGE 

' Let . 
neat." 



CHARLIE 
young m.in be 



Clubs: Boys' 2, 3, 4; Com- 
mittees: Senior Prom, 
Sophomore Dance. 




LAUREY CARLTON 

KENERSON 

10 Laurel Street 

COLLEGE 

"He that thinks himself the 
happiest man, really is." 

Clubs: Boys', Cabinet 3, 4, 
Ski 1, 4, National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Talent 
Show 3, 4, National Honor 
Society Dance 4; Basket- 
ball 2. 



LORETTA ELSIE 
LAIRD 

28 Mountain Avenue 



SECRETARY 



LORRY 



"Beauty of style and grace 
depend on simplicity." 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 
2, 4, Camera 4, PTSA 3, 4, 
Ski 4; Committees: Concert, 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom, Camera 
Club Dance 4. 




WAYNE RICHARD 
LEE 

12 Fairmount Avenue 

NAVY 

"He who sings drives away 
sorrow." 

Clubs: Boys', Glee Club. 



MARTIN ANTHONY 
LEONOWERT 

47 Gates Road 



AVIATION 



MARTY 



"Essential to a happy life is 
freedom from care." 

Clubs: Boys'. 



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JAMES WILLIAM 
LEOPOLD 

20 Burrill Street 



COAST GUARD 



JAS 



"The end must justify the 
means." 

Clubs: Boys' 





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ELGIN LEROY 
LUDWIG 

66 Jasper Street 

NAVY AL 

"All happiness is in the 
mind." 

Clubs: Boys'. 



LOUISE GERTRUDE 
LLOYD 

52 Winter Street 

COLLEGE 

"Religion is the rule of 
life." 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3, 4, Usherettes; Com- 
mittees: Glee Club Concert 
1, Motto 4, Glee Club 1, 2. 



GERALDINE MARY 
LUCEY 

28 Bridge Street 

SECRETARY GERRI 

"I have a heart with room 
for every joy." 

Clubs: Sahico 4, Girls', 
Usherettes 4, Ski 4; Com- 
mittees: Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom, 
Talent Show 2; Freshman 
Class Reporter. 



MARIE VELMA 
LUNT 

12 Summit Avenue 

COLLEGE 

"Let us make haste to be 
kind." 

Clubs: Dramatic, Ski 1, 4, 
Girls', Girls' Club Play 4, 
Glee Club 1, 2, Junior Red 
Cross 3, 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Class 
Ring, Senior Prom, Student 
Council Convention. 



CAROL ANNE 
LYNCH 

16 Henry Street 

SECRETARY 

"Kindness is the first of all 
virtues." 

Clubs: Camera 2, Ski 4, 
Sahico 4, Pep Squad 2; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 1 ; Focus and 
Annual Typist 4. 





ROBERT ANDREW 
LYNN 

19 1/2 East Denver Street 



MUSIC 



LYNSEY 



"Where there is music, 
there can be no harm." 

Clubs: Boys'; Concert Mas- 
ter Band 4; Committees: 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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PATRICIA ANN MacKINTOSH 
5 Mclntyre Road 

WORK PAT 

"Good nature is the proper soil upon which virture grows." 

Clubs: Girls', Ski 4; Committees: Senior Prom. 

BARBARA ANN MacNALLY 



17 Nowell Street 



OFFICE WORK 



MICK IE 



"Better late than never!' 



Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 3, 4, Glee 2; Committees: Glee 
Club Supper 2. 




ROBERT MacVICAR 

35 Jackson Street 

PREP SCHOOL BOB 

"The highest degree of earthly happiness is quiet." 
Clubs: Boys'. 





PAUL ALAN MAHONEY 
30 Columbus Avenue 

PREP SCHOOL 

'Nature does nothing without purpose.' 
Clubs: Boys', Student Council 1. 




ALBERT RICHARD MANLEY 

103 Adams Avenue 

WORK DICK 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." 

Clubs: Boys' Club. 

NORMA ANN MARLBOROUGH 

747 Broadway 

WORK NORMA 

"Manner, not gold, is a woman' s best adornment!' 

Clubs: Girls', Marshal Squad 3, Hobby 3, Pep Squad 1, 2; 
Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Prom. 

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ELAINE ANN MAROTTA 
12 Elmwood Avenue 



SECRETARY 



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"One of us was born a twin — 



Clubs: Girls', Camera 3, Usherettes 4, Ski 4, Dramatic 3, 
4, Vice President 4; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom, Dramatic Club Dance 3, 4. 




BEVERLY ELEANOR MAROTTA 



12 Elmwood Avenue 



BOOKKEEPER 



BEV, "B' 



And not a soul knew which!" 



Clubs: Girls', Camera 4, Ski Club 4, Girls' Club Home Room 
Representative; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom, Dramatic Club Dance. 




DONALD EDWARD MARTIN 

316 Essex Street 

BOOKKEEPER DON 

"Manners make the idiom of the soul." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: Glee Clubs, Concert 2, 3, Sup- 
per 2, 3, Festival 3, Student Council Dance 4, Mascot 
Squad Co-Captain 4, Glee Club 2, 3. 



FRANCIS CHARLES McASKILL 

16 Harrison Avenue 

COLLEGE FRANK 

"He is nice by name and nice by nature!' 

Clubs: Boys' 



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ELLEN RITA McKAY 

8 Second Street 



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MODELING SCHOOL 

"Tranquil pleasures last the longest." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: Junior Prom. 

ROSEMARY ANNE McCORMACK 
14 Feltor Court 

AIRLINES SCHOOL ROSIE 

"Small cheer and large welcome make a merry ieast." 
Clubs: Girls'; Committees: Senior Reception, Senior Prom. 

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ALAN DOUGLAS 
McLELLAN 



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WILLIAM 

LAWRENCE McKAY 

27 Gates Road 



NAVY 



BILLY 



"He is h.tppy who knows 
bis good fortune." 

Clubs: Boys', Student Coun- 
cil 1. 



COLLEGE 



ALAN 



"Where there's music, there 
can't be mischief." 

Clubs: Camera, Vice Pres- 
ident 2, President 4; Dra- 
matic 3. 4, Focus, Photo- 
graphy; Committees: Band 



Concert 1 , 



3, 4, Festival 



1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Talent 
Show 3, Dramatic Club 
Dance 3, Assembly. 




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JAY RALPH MEUSE 
15 Jewett Street 



AIR FORCE 



MOUSE 



"Too swift arrives as tardy 
as too slow." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom. 



CAROL ANN 

MODICA 
8 Oak Hill Road 

COLLEGE 

"Behind the curtain's mys- 
tic fold, the glowing future 
lies unrolled." 

Clubs: Ski 2. Pep Squad 

1, 2, 3, 4, Girls', Cabinet 
3; Dramatics 3, Camera 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4, Marshal Squad 
4. Library Assistant 3; Focus 

2, 3, 4; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom. 
Senior Reception, Senior 
Prom, Co-Chairman Girls' 
Club Dance 3, Dramatic 
Club Dance 3, Camera Club 
Dance 3. 




WILLIAM FRANCIS 
MONAHAN 

16 Winter Street 



MARINES 



BILL 



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"More useful than a crown 
are friends iron by des err- 
ing." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski 1, Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Committees: 
Glee Club, Planning Board 
4, Concert 1, Supper 2, 3, 
Sophomore Dance; Football 
3, 4. 



DIANE LEE MOORE 

16 Mountain Avenue 
SCHOOL 
"The sincere alone can 
recognize sincerity." 
Clubs: Girls', Cabinet 2; 
Pep Squad 1, 2, Treasurer 
3; Usherettes, Captain 4; Ski 
1, 4, Camera 3, PTSA 3; 
Senior Prom Queen, Glos- 
sies 4; Committees: Camera 
Club Dance 3, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom, 
Boys' Club Talent Show 3, 
Girls' Club Dance 2. 




RUSSELL ELMER 
MORRIS 

42 Fairmount Avenue 



COLLEGE 



RUSS 



"Great hopes make great 
men." 

Clubs: Boys', PTSA. 



JON DAVIS MOORE 

10 Wilson Street 



UNDECIDED 



ARCHIE 



"Wit and wisdom are bom 
with a man." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera 3; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom. 



CAROL ANN 
MORONG 

17 Atherton Street 



SECRETARY 



TERRY 



"Without music, life would 
be a mistake." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee 
Club Concert 1, 2, Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4. 




VIRGINIA JULLIET 
MURPHY 

2 Adams Avenue 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

GINNY 

"She makes kindness go a 
long way." 

Clubs: Girls', Library 1, 2, 
Treasurer 2; Sahico 4, 
Treasurer; Ski 4, Secretary; 
Pep Squad 3, Modern Dance 
3, Girls' Club Home Room 
Representative 4; Commit- 
tees: Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom; Focus and Annual 
Business Staff 4. 

BARBARA JEAN 
NADEAU 

7 Connolly Avenue 



COLLEGE 



JEAN 



"The mirror of all cour- 
tesy." 

Clubs: Girls', Homeroom 
Representative 2, 3, Student 
Council 1, Ski 1, Pep Squad 

2, 3, National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 4, 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom, Girls' Club Dance 2, 

3, Dramatic Club Dance 3, 

4, National Honor Society 
Dance 4; Annual Glossies 4. 

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ELAINE NEWTON 

23 Whitney Street 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

"To friendship 
every burden' s light." 

Clubs: Girls', Vice President 
3; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Usher- 
ettes 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Committees: Glee Club Con- 
cert 1, 2, Festival 3, Girls' 
Club Dance 3. 





1 1 1 EN ESTHER 

NICHOLS 
11 Cliftondale Avenue 

STENOGRAPHER 

N1CKIE 

"Cheerfulness priri- 

.... '•/ in health." 

Clubs: Girls.' Pep Squad 1, 
:. 3, l. Ski Club l, 2, 4, 
Dramatic -i. Camera 4, 
PTSA 3; Committees: Glee 
Club Concert 1. Sophomore 
Dance. Junior Prom. Sen- 
ior Reception, Senior Prom, 
Boys' Club Talent Show 1. 
-1, Assembly. Dramatic Club 
Dance 4. 




ROBERT ANDREWS 

NIELSEN 

410 Central Street 



WORK 



SHORTY 



"Be noble in every thought 
and every deed." 

Clubs: Boy c ' 



EILEEN O'BRIEN 

5 Summer Drive 

COLLEGE NONE 

"Speak little, do much." 
. Clubs: Girls'. 




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ROBERT HUGH 
O'CONNOR 

51 Westford Street 



COLLEGE 



BOB 



"hi silence lie many vir- 
tues." 

Clubs: Boys'. 



HENRY JOHN 
OLJEY 

7 Adams Avenue 

DRAFTING SCHOOL 

HANK 

"The glory of young men 
is their strength. 

Clubs: Boys', Ski Club 1; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom; Ath- 
letics: Football 1, 2. 



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RICHARD BRUCE 

ORPIN 

24 Denver Street 



COLLEGE 



RICH 



"Tools were made and born 
where hands, Every farmer 
understands." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: 
Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 
1, 2, 3, 4, Band President 
4, Drum Major 4, Student 
Manager 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 








RALPH JOHN PEPE 

19 Pillings Road 



COLLEGE 



PEP 



"It is easier to do a job 
right than to explain why 
you didn't." 

Clubs: Boys' 4, Audio Vis- 
ual Aids 3, 4. 



JANET LOUISE 
PARSONS 

135 Essex Street 

COMMERCIAL ART 

JAN 

"No legacy is so rich as 
honesty." 

Clubs: Girls', Ski, Pep 
Squad, Marshal Squad 4; 
Committees: Band Concert 
2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 4, 
Sophomore Dance, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom, 
Girls' Club Dance 1; Band 
Librarian 2, 3, 4. 



NORMAN WINSTON 
PEACH 

5 Grove Street 



UNDECIDED 



NORM 



"I do not in the least ob- 
ject to a sport because it is 
rough." 

Clubs: Boys'; Football 1, 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4. 



RAYMOND JAMES 
PEVERI 

45 Halstead Street 



UNDECIDED 



RAY 



"Wit is the salt of conversa- 
tion." 

Clubs: Boys'. 





CARMELLA 

ANTONETTE 

PERILLO 

15 Wickford Street 

SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 
CAM 

"She liked to like people,, 
therefore people liked her." 

Clubs: Camera 3, 4, Glee 
Club 1, Library, Dramatics 
4, Pep Squad 2, 3, 4, 
Usherettes 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception, 
Senior Prom, Boys' Club 
Talent Show 4. 



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STEPHEN HARVEY 
POOLE 

156 Essex Street 



COLLEGE 



PUD 



"A man worthwhile is the 
one who will smile when 
everything goes dead 
wrong." 

Clubs: Boys', Vice President 
3, President 4, Cabinet 2; 
Junior Red Cross 1, Student 
Council 2; Committees: 
Band Concert, Glee Club 
Supper 2, 3, Sophomore 
Dance, Student Exchange, 
Boys' Club Talent Show 2, 
3, 4, Senior Motto Commit- 
tee 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, Class Vice President 
1, President 2. 





GLORIA JEANNE POTHIER 

9 Avon Street 

SECRETARY 

"Friendship is the bond of reason." 

Clubs: Girls'. Ski 4, Sahico 4, Dramatic 3, 4; Committees: 

Junior Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom, Dramatic 

Club Dance 3, -1 Glee Club 1, 2. 

CYNTHIA MARR RATIGAN 

1 4 Emory Street 
NURSES TRAINING CINDY 

"I waked with patience ichicb means almost power." 
Clubs: Girls', Hobby 3, Dramatic 3, 4, National Honor 
Society 3, 4, PTSA; Committees: Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom, Dramatic Club Dance 3, 4, Na- 
tional Honor Society Dance 4, Senior Play. 




LYNNE MARY RATIGAN 

16 Parker Street 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

"Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit." 

Clubs: Girls', President 4; PTSA, National Honor Society 

3, 4, Secretary 4; Student Council 2, 4, Home Room Rep- 
resentative, Girls' Club 3, Exchange Staff 3, 4; Commit- 
tees: Glee Club Concert 1, 2, Senior Prom, Student Council 
Dance 2, 4, Handbook 2, National Honor Society Dance 

4, Student Exchange 4. 




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25 Greystone Road 



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Clubs: Science 1, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Focus 2, 3, 
Boys', Cabinet 4: PTSA Representative 4, Boys' State 
Representative 3; Baseball 2; Committees: Sophomore Dance, 
Student Exchange, Student Council Dance 2, 4, Honor So- 
ciety Dance 4, Class President 1, Student Council President 
4, Visual Aid Vice President 4. 



EDWARD FRANCIS RILEY 
118 Hesper Street 

TEACHERS COLLEGE 

"On with the dance, let joy be unconfined! 



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Clubs: Boys', All-School Play 4, Senior Class Play, Senior 
Play; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Senior Prom; Athletics: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- 
ball 2, 3. 

NORMA RIPPON 
41 Harrison Avenue 

IBM SCHOOL NORM 

"The smile that is worth the praises of the earth." 
Clubs: Girls'; Committees: Junior Prom, Senior Prom. 

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BARBARA LOUISE ROBIE 

53 Chestnut Street 

IBM SCHOOL 

"Each mind has its own method." 



BARB 



Clubs: Girls', Homemaking 4, Pep Squad; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Girls' Club Dance 4; Intra- 
mural Basketball 2, Volleyball 3. 

RICHARD GEORGE RIPPON 

58 Great Woods Road 




WORK 



"One man with courage makes a majority." 
Club: Boys'. 



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WILLIAM JOSEPH ROSSI JR. 
11 Pearl Road 

G.E. APPRENTICE COURSE WILLY 

"The horn, the horn, the lusty horn." 

Clubs: Boys', Cabinet 4; Visual Aids 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Committees: Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Glee Club Concert 3, Supper 4, Festival 3, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom. 



RICHARD ROHRBACHER 

9 Juliette Road 



COLLEGE 



DICK 



"The groundwork of all happiness is health." 



Clubs: Boys', Cabinet 2; Visual Aids 3, 4, President 4; Com- 
mittees: Career Conference; Athletics: Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. 






ALICE MARIE RUTHMAN 
56 Lincoln Avenue 

X-RAY TECHNICIAN 

"Perseverance is king." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatic 4; Committees: Glee Club Con- 
cert 1, 2, 3, 4, Supper 3. 

CHARLES EDWARD RUSSO 

21 Richa'-d Street 




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LOIS EILEEN RYDER 
596 Lincoln Avenue 

BUSINESS LO 



"Her only fault is that 
has no fault." 



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Clubs: Girls'. Usherettes, 
Sahico. Marshal Squad, Ski, 
Personality Club; Commit- 
tees: Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion. 



NANCY ANN 

SAWYER 
5 Oakwood Avenue 



OFFICE WORK 



NAN 



"A woman's growth is seen 
in the successive chorus of 
her friends." 

Clubs: Girls', Camera 3, 
Homemaking 4, Ski 1, 
Girls' Club Representative 
1, 3; Committees: Girls' 
Club Dance 1, Junior Prom. 



NANCY WHITE 

SARGENT 
19 Sunnyside Avenue 

COLLEGE NANC 

"Ask how to lire? Write, 
write anything; The world's 
a fine brewing world — 
II 7/7 1 news!" 

Clubs: National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Vice President 4; 
Girls' Club, Pep Squad 1, 
4, PTSA, Vice President 4; 
Committees: Band Concert 
1, Festival 1, Junior Prom, 
Senior Reception, Senior 
Prom, National Honor So- 
ciety Dance 4, Class Gift 
Committee; Focus Editor 3, 
Annual Editor-in-Chief 4. 




SANDRA LOUISE 

SAVARY 
32 Kenwood Avenue 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

SANDY 

"Those who bring sunshine 
into the hearts of others 
cannot keep it from them- 
selves." 

Clubs: Girls', Dramatics 3, 
4, Junior Red Cross 4, 
Usherettes 4, Ski Club 4, 
Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Com- 
mittees: Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Dramatic Club 
Dance 3. 




RICHARD SECOR 



6 Bond Place 



JOSEPHINE EUGENIA 
SEEDS 



COLLEGE 



DICKIE 



2 Rhodes Street 



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"Bright is the ring of words 
when the right nun rings 
them." 

Class Offices: Sophomore, 
Vice President, Junior, Pres- 
ident; Cluba: Boys'; Com- 
mittees: Band Concert 1, 2, 
Festival 1, 2, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Reception, Class Ring; Ath- 
letics: Basketball 1, 2. 



HAIRDRESSER 



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"With mirth and laughter 
let old wrinkles come!' 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Senior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 4. 




BARBARA 
ELIZABETH SEWELL 

25 Summer Drive 

TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

BARB 

"There is no nobler employ- 
ment than that of one who 
will instruct the rising 
generation." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom. 



BEATRICE ARMELIA 

SEWELL 

1 Bennett Highway 

DRESSMAKER BEA 

"To have a good neighbor 
is to find something preci- 
ous." 

Clubs: Girls'. 



MARIE ELLEN SHIPP 
36 Main Street 

BUSINESS SCHOOL 

"In quietness and confidence 
shall be your strength." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom. 




LESLIE RICHARD 
SHUCKRA 

34 Tuttle Street 

ARMY AND COLLEGE 

DICK 

"The wise man does all 
things well." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski; Commit- 
tees: Senior Prom, Senior 
Play. 



MURIEL ANN 
SMITH 

5 East Denver Street 



NURSING 



MORAL 



"Those who have never 
been to Scotland cannot 
form a notion of what it is 
to be serious." 

Clubs: Dramatic 3, 4, Girls', 
Home Room Representative 
3, 4, Pep Squad, Usherettes, 
Girls' Glee, Mixed Glee 3, 
PTSA Home Room Repre- 
sentative 3, Senior Play; 
Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom. 



SANDRA ANN 
SKRANDA 

34 Saville Street 

AIRLINE HOSTESS 

SAND I 

"What wisdom can you find 
that is greater than kind- 
ness." 

Clubs: Girls', Sahico; Com- 
mittees: Junior Prom, Sen- 
ior Reception. 



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"He is always laughing, for 
he has an infinite deal of 
wit." 

Clubs: Boys' 



ANN ELLEN SOPER 
9 Johnson Road 

UNDECIDED ANNIE 

"Little people hate big 
hearts." 

Clubs: Girls'; Glee Club 
1, 2. Red Cross 3, Junior 
Class Reporter 3, Usherettes, 
Junior Prom Committee, 
Sophomore Dance, Class 
Ring. Talent Night 2. 




ROGER DAVID 
SPELTA 

48 Clifton Avenue 



SERVICE 



ROG 



''Honest fame awaits the 
truly good." 

Clubs: Boys'; Science Club 
1, Glee Club Concert, Sup- 
per 2, Festival 2, 3, Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3. 



FLORENCE JEAN 
STAZINSKI 

36 Richard Street 

COLLEGE 

"Beauty and grace command 
the world." 

Clubs: Girls', Pep Squad 1, 
Sahico 4; Sophomore Dance, 
Junior Prom, Senior Recep- 
tion, Girls' Club Dance; 
Committees: PTSA Repre- 
sentative 3, Focus and An- 
nual Collection Manager 4. 



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RONALD PETER 
STAZINSKI 

12 Fairview Street 



ENGINEER 



RON 



"Courtesies of a small and 
trivial character are the ones 
which strike deepest in the 
grateful and appreciating 
heart!' 

Clubs: Boys', Junior Prom. 



RICHARD LESTER 
STEVENS 

9 Denver Street 



COLLEGE 



RICH 



"The highest law gives a 
thing to him who can use 
it." 

Clubs: Boys', Camera Club 
1; Committees: Glee Club 
Concert 3, 4, Supper 3, 4, 
Festival 3, 4, Boys' Club 
Talent Show 2, Career Con- 
ference Committee 3, 4; 
Glee Club Vice President 3, 
Glee Club President 4. 







JAMES CHARLES 
STIRLING 

10 Hampton Street 



NAVY 



JIMMY 



"Silence is more musical 
than any song." 

Clubs: Boys', Band 1, 2, 3, 
4, Marshal 3; Committees: 
Band Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Festival 1. 2, 3, 4. 






SANDRA FLORENCE 
SULLIVAN 

8 King Street 

TEACHERS' COLLEGE 

SANDY 

"Being in the right does not 
depend on having a loud 
voice." 

Clubs: Girls', Dr?«ftatic 3, 
4, National Honor Society 
3, 4, Pep Squad 2, 3, Jun- 
ior Red Cross 1, Focus, Art 
2, 3, 4, Literary 3, Annual 
Glossies 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Reception, 
Senior Prom, Dramatic Club 
Dance 4, National Honor 
Society Dance 4. 



FRANCIS PAUL 

SWAIN 

16 Lawndale Avenue 

TELEPHONE CO. FRED 

"Eloquence shows the power 
and possibility of a man." 

Clubs: Boys', Student Coun- 
cil 3, Hockey 1, 2, Glee 
Club 2, 3; Committees: Glee 
Club Concert 2, Supper 2, 
Festival 2, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom, Student Council 
Dance 3, Handbook 3. 




BYRON SWEEZEY 

500 Broadway 



WORK 



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"His jame was great in all 
the land." 

Clubs: Boys', Visual Aids 
Secretary; Committees: Class 
Ring, Senior Prom. 



JUDIE MAY 

SWENSON 

21 Eustis Street 

SECRETARY 

"7 worked with patience 
which means almost power." 

Clubs: Camera, Sahico, Pep 
Squad, Girls'; Committees: 
Concert 1, 2, 3, Supper 2, 
Festival 3, Sophomore 
Dance, Girls' Club Dance; 
Focus and Annual Circula- 
tion 4, Girls Glee, Mixed 
Glee 2, 3, Smail Mixed 
Glee 3. 



PAUL BENJAMIN 
TARR 

384 Central Street 

SCHOOL OR SERVICE 

"There is no greater delight 
than to be conscious of sin- 
cerity." 

Clubs: Boys', Ski Club 1. 




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ROBERT HENRY TENAGLIA 

53 Applcton Street 

WORK BOB 

' "/'/( good to be merry and wise." 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: Sophomore Dunce; Football 1, 3. 

LOUISE MARY TERPSTRA 
219 Fairmont Avenue 

NURSING SCHOOL TEX 

"Our horizon is never quite at our elbows." 

Clubs: Girls', Homemaking, Camera; Committees: Sopho- 
more Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Reception, Senior Prom. 




KATHLEEN ANTONETTA TETA 

37 Pearson Street 

HAIRDRESSING KATHY 

"As merry as the day is long." 
Clubs: Girls', Homemaking 4. 





ROBERT CURTIS TIBBITTS 

25 Intervale Avenue 



COLLEGE 



TIB 



"Nature revolves, but man 



Clubs: Boys' Club Cabinet 3, Secretary 4; Ski 1, 4; Visual 
Aids; Committees: Boys' Club Talent Show 3, 4. 




FRANCIS THOMAS VALERIANI 

25 Grove Street 
COLLEGE FRANK 

"Life without mirth is a lamp without oil." 
Clubs: Boys' 

MARY MARGARETTE VAZZANA 

17 Prospect Street 

AIRLINE HOSTESS FUZZ 

"The only competition worthy oj a wise man is with him- 

self." 

Clubs; National Honor Society 3, 4, Girls', Club Rep- 
resentative 4, Pep Squad 1, 2, Homemaking 4, PTSA, Treas- 
urer 4; All-School Play 4, Focus 3, Basketball 3; Commit- 
tees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Girls' 
Club Dance 2, 3, NHS Dance 4. 

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JAMES VINCENT VIRNELLI 

12 Homeland Avenue 

COMMERCIAL PILOT JIM 

"Joy is the light of man's life." 
Clubs: Boys'. 

CATHERINE LOUISE VINING 

12 Summit Road 

WORK CATHY 

"A word of kindness is seldom spoken in vain." 

Clubs: Girls', Home Room Representative 2, Camera 3, 
Sahico 4; Committees: Sophomore Dance, Junior Prom, 
Senior Prom; Focus and Annual: Business Staff. 





ROSEMARY WADE 

16 Woodbury Avenue 



WORK 



"As happy a girl as any in the world, for the whole world 
seems to smile upon me." 

Clubs: LTsherettes 4, Girls', Pep Squad 1, 2, Junior Red 
Cross 2, Ski Club 4, Sahico 4; Committees: Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Girls' Club Dance 1, 
2; Focus: Reporter 3. 



MARILYN JEAN WALL 
229 Central Street 

SECRETARY MAL 

"Singers are merry and free from sorrow and care." 

Clubs: Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, 
Vice President 4; Usherettes 4, Student Council 4, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Senior Play; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 1, 2, Supper 2, Sophomore Dance, Jun- 
ior Prom, Senior Prom, Student Council Dance 4, Con- 
vention 4, Dramatic Club Dance 3, 4. 




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EDWARD PHILIP WALZ 
11 Round Hill 'Street 

TRADE SCHOOL: NAVY 

"Of all crafts, the honest man is the master-craft: 

Clubs: Boys'; Committees: Junior Prom. 

GAIL MARIE WALTON 

25 Palmer Avenue 

AIRLINE HOSTESS 

"She wishes all the joy that she can wish." 

Clubs: Girls'; Committees: Glee Club Supper 2, 
Reception, Girls' Club Dance 2. 

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VIRGINIA MARIE 

WARD 

47 Pleasant Street 



COLLEGE 

"Style is 

thought." 



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Clubs: Junior Red Cross 1, 
Student Council 2, Glee 2, 
National Honor Society 3, 
4: Committees: Glee Club 
Concert 2, Junior Prom, 
Senior Prom, Handbook 3; 
Focus: Exchange 3, Report- 
er 4. 



HAZEN LEE 
WATSON 

32 Prospect Street 

COLLEGE 

"The reward of study is 
Hildas t.uiding." 

Clubs: Boys', Cabinet 2, 
Secretary 3, Vice President 
4; National Honor Society, 
Treasurer 4; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Boys' Club 
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Student 
Council Dance 3, Conven- 
tion, NHS Dance 3, Vis- 
ual Aids, Treasurer 4. 



GEOFFREY WEINER 

2 Mt. Vernon Street 



COLLEGE 



GEOFF 



"A man in earnest finds 
means, or, if he cannot find, 
creates them." 

Clubs: Boys' Club Cabinet 
4, Visual Aids 3, 4, Camera 
2, All-School Play 4, Glee 
Club Officer 3; Committees: 
Glee Club Concert 1, 2, 3, 
Supper 1, 2, 3, Festival 1, 
2, 3, Junior Prom, Senior 
Prom. 




SYLVIA CHARLENE 
WELLS 

19 Intervale Avenue 



SECRETARY 



SYL 



"An earnest desire to suc- 
ceed is almost always prog- 
nostic of success." 

Clubs: Girls', Sahico 4, 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Ski 
4, Camera 3; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom; 
Focus and Annual: Busi- 
ness Staff. 




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BRUCE WEYLER 

20 Pine Street 

COLLEGE 

"Diligence is the mother of 
good luck." 

Clubs; Boys', Visual Aids 
3, 4; Committees: Motto; 
Athletics: Basketball 1, 2. 



CHARLOTTE ANN 
WHIDDEN 

9 Maple Street 



IBM SCHOOL 



CHARN 



"No gift is more precious 
than good advice." 

Clubs: Girls', Glee 1, 2, 3, 
Ski 1, Pep Squad 1, 2; Com- 
mittees: Glee Club Concert 
1, 2, 3, Festival 3, Sopho- 
more Dance, Senior Prom. 



STEPHEN ARNOLD 
WHITE 

7 Sterling Avenue 

SERVICE STEVE 

"Let knowledge grow from 
more to more." 

Clubs: Boys', Mascot 4, 
Dramatic 4; Committees: 
Junior Prom, Senior Prom. 



PATRICIA ANN 
WHITMORE 

76 Fairmount Avenue 

COLLEGE PAT 

"Mirth is God's ?nedicine." 

Clubs: Girls', Ski 1, Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 
Squad 4; Committees: 
Sophomore Dance, Junior 
Prom, Senior Prom. 



ROBERT MALCOLM 
WING 

8 Trull Circle 



AIR FORCE 



CHINK 



"Charm strikes the sight, 
but merit wins the soul." 

Clubs: Boys', Visual Aids 
4; Committees: Junior 
Prom; Athletics: Baseball 

3, 4. 



BRUCE ALLEN 
YOUNG 

32 Wendell Street 



USNAF 



GOOSE 



"Only the game fish swims 
up stream." 

Cliibs: Boys', Camera 3, 
Mascot Squad 4; Commit- 
tees: Camera Club Dance 3; 
Athletics: Basketball 3. 






DONALD WILLIAM BARRETT 

14 Wickford Street 

AIR FORCE TURK 

"The more the merrier." 
Clubs: Boys' 

ROY PATRICK BUCCHIERE 

62 Western Avenue 

UNDECIDED ROY 

"Music is the universal language of mankind." 
Clubs: Boys', Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ANNA COMEAU 
74 Saville Street 



AIRLINE HOSTESS 



CHICKIE 



"Joy delights in joy." 



Clubs: Girls'; Committees: Glee Club Concert 1, Sophomore 
Dance, Junior Prom, Girls' Club Dance 1, 2. 



ROBERT ARTHUR CROWELL 

64 Vine Street 



AIR FORCE 



BOB 



"He has the most essential thing for happiness, the gift 
of friendship." 

Clubs: Boys' 

JOSEPH ANTHONY GRATIANO 
65 Bristow Street 

SERVICE JOE 

"He that serves well will need not ask his wages." 
Clubs: Boys' 

RICHARD LEO LAGERQUIST 

60 Dudley Street 

SERVICE JOE 

"Wit and wisdom are born with a man." 
Clubs: Boys'. 



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Student Government 

Day Representative 

Richard Collins 



D.A.R. Good Citizen 

A ward 

Claire Corbett 




Science Award 

Mr. Pearce, William Regan, 

Mr. Struzziero 



Class Motto 
Class Colors 



"With the Ropes of the Past We Will Ring the Bells of 
the Future." 

Blue and Silver 




Washington Zrip 

First row: Judy Griffin, Diane Fullerton, Jill Bentley, Sandra Savary, Ann Petrie, Richard Collins, 
Mr. Pearce, Antonia Coviello, Patricia Whitmore, Patricia Carr. Second row: Charles Juffre, 
Lynne Ratigan, Cynthia Ratigan, Jean Hancock, Gail Ahman, Doranne Cronin, Barbara Mac- 
N'ally, Maryellen Drew, William Regan, Donald Martin. Third row: Richard Stevens, Kelvin 
Hc-cht, Norman Peach, Bruce Weyler, Dennis Barry, David Huggins, Francis Riley. 

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1954-55 PAPOOSES 

As typical freshmen we had our first taste of high school on the Winter Street 
Reservation. Class officers — Billy Regan, Stephen Poole, Carol Johnson, Janice Case, 
with Miss Wrightson as advisor. We were impressed by the following — lunch in 
the basement, clean-up, paint-up of home rooms — gym on the front lawn — the ice 
cream man — coke machine that kept our nickels — flooded basements — the coat room — 
the seniors we looked up to — "Bimbo" at Talent Night — 325th anniversary of Saugus — 
Miss Fox and "105" — Mr. Doucette — Study Hall and Library — Class Outing at 
Nantasket. Fads — Fats Domino — pegged pants with leopard skin insets and alligator 
shoes. 





1955-56 BRAVES 

As wise sophomores we changed reservations to the new High School — Class Of- 
ficers — Stephen Poole, Richard Secor, Vivian Fisher and Janice Case, with Miss 
Wrightson as our counsellor. The things most remembered now: regular gym class 
and gym suits — our dance, "Fantasyland," in the cafeteria — Frank Swain's bathtub 
used for our "wishing well" — Big Snow Storms — no school — cheering tryouts, twirling 
tryouts — the lucky ones: Roberta Johnson, Tony Coviello, Priscilla Copeland, Marilyn 
Wall, Ann Petrie, Kathy Trepsas — Girls' Basketball Team — No Home Room Competi- 
tion for Talent Night — The record survey — The Road Rebels — Our First Bomb Scare — 
Inter-room Sports competition — No shops and no auditorium for half a year. 

1956-57 WARRIORS 

We've advanced one more step — Led by Richard Secor, Richard Boyle, Phyllis Hood, 
Janice Case — Mr. Evans is our new counsellor — This is a year we won't forget — 
Speech Classes — More bomb scares — poor football and basketball season — Good hockey 
and baseball season — Stephen Poole as Santa Claus — Outside Pep Rallies — paid as- 
semblies — 15 new teachers — Sully's doughnuts — Elvis Presley haircuts — Junior Prom, 
"Almost Paradise," King and Queen, Phyllis Hood and Dick Boyle — Class Rings — ■ 
"Snick" — Wesley Hollett won "Good Brotherhood" Essay contest — Snap Jack shoes — Our 
first real formal — Senior Reception near the close of the year — The new usherettes 
and V.A. members are elected — also Co-Captains Comeau and Rohrbacher — Knee 
socks and Bermudas — Nantasket Beach. 



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1957-58 CHIEFS 

"Outta the way, freshman, I'm a Senior." This was our attitude as we started our 
last year. Class officers Dick Boyle, Dick Collins, Phyllis Hood, Ann Petrie, with 
Mr. Abbott as advisor — Each Club President described his organization to the entire 
student body. Good football — good basketball — poor hockey — Senior Prom, "Stair- 
way to the Stars" — King and Queen, Diane Moore and Dickie Collins — class colors 
and motto selected in the fall — many indoor pep rallies — Mascot Squad — Mr. Pearce 
and his moon boots — Sack dresses — colored ankle socks — Last Girls' Club Dance — All- 
School Play — Senior Play, Room for the Groom — Senior Pictures — Spoon Men — Wash- 
ington trip — Ski Trip — First V.A. Sky Trip — Dick Collins elected Student Representa- 
tive for Good Government — Style Show — Record Hops — Annual — Senior Class Day — 
Senior Day — Class Banquet — Class Outing — Baccalaureate — Graduation, Man! this was 
the fastest year of all ! 



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Class Will 



We, the graduating class of the year 1958, after four long years of formidable 
stacks of books, hurried lunches, hours of session, being presumably of sound mind 
and body, do take account of stock and do hereby, make, publish and declare this to 
be our last will and testament, and we do hereby revoke, apostalize, and swallow all 
former wills, testaments, and codicils which have accumulated during our high school 
career. 



To our principal, John A. W. Pearce, we leave new 
plaid shoestrings for his moon-boots, and we ex- 
press gratitude for his help and understanding. 

To Mr. Abbott we leave a Handy Dandy Advisor's 
Kit, complete with an extra crown. 

To Mr. McCullough we leave a three speed dic- 
taphone, slow, slower, most slow. 

To Mr. Watson we leave a can of lubricating oil for 
his slide rule. 

To Mr. Struzziero we leave ten cases of "Red Cap 
Refresher" for his chem lab. 

To Miss Hayward we leave many unusual excuses 
for unexplained absences. 

To Mr. Strout we leave a box of Tide for his laundro- 
mat. 

To Miss Marison and Miss Towle we leave all the 
hard work of putting together next year's Annual. 

To Mr. Burns we leave the incinerator full of the 
following books: Return of the Native, Macbeth, 
all book reports, poetry, and all such literature be- 
fitting the occasion. 

To Mr. Johnson, the janitor, we leave Jack Benny's 
violin. 

Finally, that we may, as individuals, not be for- 
gotten, we each have a donation to make: 

James Virnelli leaves Breakheart Reservation without 
a "Jungle Buggy." 

Edward Walz departs to teach the "Rumba." 

Virginia Ward leaves the motor registry shaking. 

Catherine Vining goes out in a red blaze of glory. 

Sylvia Wells bequeaths her name to a farm with- 
out one. (Well). 

Stan Stankowski leaves to change his name to Stanley 
Stanuous Stankowski and he will be forever ac- 
claimed Stan, Stan, Stan, the man, man, man. 



Stanley Hedlund bequeaths his quiet ways to John 
Naples. 

Robert Jacobs departs to learn to play the Irish Bag- 
pipes. 

Sandy Skranda leaves her long, brilliantly colored 
fingernails to somebody with a drab personality. 

Judie Swenson wills her intelligence to some stupid 
junior. 

Robert Nielsen goes out in search of high doorways. 

Lois Ryder leaves on the first "Sputnick" so she can 
baby sit for the man in the moon. 

Jean Hancock changes "ean" to "ohn" and leaves 

the history teacher begging for her autograph. 

(John Hancock). 
William Atkins bequeaths his copy of Who's Who 

to an owl. 
Barbara Guarino leaves still wondering why ? ? ? 
Denny Day departs from the metal shop but his 

car stays. 
Barbara Doucette leaves her Central Street hiking 

to June Marshall. 

Bob Emerson turns over his bread route to the early 
birds. 

Bob Gallant loans his hockey stick to those who can't 
afford a dentist. 

David Huggins bequeaths his science fiction books to 
Alex Safer (the boy scientist). 

Martin Leonowert signs over his tardy Slips to those 
who are always late. 

Rose McCormack donates all her cars to the metal 
shop. 

Earl Dumas shares his diet with anyone willing to 
suffer through it. 

Allen Comeau leaves his trick knee to "Native 
Dancer." 

Dennis Barry gives his height to Johnny Berthold. 
Delores Bajdek goes as quietly as she came. 



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Paul Anderson leaves his strength. (World's weight 
lifting champion, Paul Anderson.) 

M.irv Vazzana leaves Larry with no bop partner at 
the football dances. 

Maryellen Drew leaves her usherette office vacant 
since she accepted a job ushering at the State 
Theatre. 

lean Atkinson leaves the driver training car without 
a dent. (We didn't think you would make it.) 

Gail Walton leaves her place at the bus stop to all the 
sophs and juniors. 

Ray Couturier, "Crazy Ray", leaves his banana and 
marshmallow sandwiches to any junior who wants 
to eat them. 

Marcia Farley leaves mink coats to all the junior girls. 

Robert Hobbs leaves his sly fox smile to a wolf. 

Virginia Dow bequeaths her classical music to out-of- 
town boys. 

Carol Morong leaves with all her friends. 

Anne Garland leaves after her brother. 

Richard Rippon leaves the metal shop without a 
worker. 

Ann Petrie bequeaths her squeaky giggle to any 
junior who can imitate it. 

Camella Perillo sacrifices her scissors to the local 
barber. 

Jay Meuse leaves his flats and whistling echo-cans 
to every hotrodder. 

Robert MacVicar sells his slogans to those who will 
repeat them. 

Marie Lunt wills Carl, Chubby, Richie, David, Red, 
Hank, Johnnie, and Charlie her short haircuts, 
and her knee stockings to Judy Bel. 

Gail Jackson, otherwise known as Pattigail Abbygail, 
leaves her first name to some poor soul without 
one. 

Bill Corbett leaves his last two initials to Borden 
Milk Company. 

Gordon (King) Cole bequeaths his fiddle to Mr. 
Mitchell. 

Norma Bishop donates her curly hair and her 
blushes to the Dramatic Club. 



Florence Howell leaves her carrot-top to next year's 
farmers. 

Neil Heyland takes off for Maiden. 

Roger Spelta left with Judie S. 

Ralph Pepe gives his jokes to remain undisturbed 
with Mr. Strout. 

Neal Goldstein leaves here for (R) ever (e). 

Diane Fullerton leaves here (coughin'). (Coffin) 

Fred Elliott loses his two front teeth in the gym. 

Alan Doty leaves all of his diseases to anyone who 
wants them. 

Anna Comeau wills her gum to the Gum Chewer's 
Club of Saugus High School. 

Andy Cogliano donates his new car to you poor 
juniors. 

Kenneth Goodman bequeaths his singing ability to 
the birds. 

John Gould abandons the Marblehead twirling squad. 

James Leopold departs for France to take over his 
new position as "King Mechanic." 

William Graham leaves to start honey covering the 
crackers. 

Steve White skips out to catch up with Nancy. 

Nancy Sargent departs for the Wac's as a lieutenant. 

Elaine Newton drives off in a hot Ford. 

Florence Stazinski walks out with Richard Secor, of 
course. 

Claire Corbett gives her job of tending the mike 
plugs to the next lucky girl who is chairman of the 
Girls' Club Program Committee. 

Vinnie DeCain leaves his name to a potato chip. 

Toni Coviello leaves her diary to "1 Led Three 
Lives." 

Charlie Carroll wills his hair to the wigmaker for 
making red wigs for brown headed Irishmen. 

Marilyn Wall left Phyllis Forward at the lunch coun- 
ter at Woolworth's. 

Bob Carrigan leaves, but will return with his vocabu- 
lary list to help Mr. Bly make up a new Harvard 
cheer. 

Donnie Martin leaves without a scalp. 

Richie Orpin sails for Cuba where he will conduct 
a calypso band. 



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Richard Collins leaves his athletic ability to the next 
needy football team, but takes his "way" with 
the twirlers with him. 

Neil Jackson limps away still trying to get out of 
football practice. 

Carol Modica donates her "track shoes" to the late 
rising freshmen. 

Geoffrey Weiner goes (in a cloud of dust). 

Robert Johnston wills his unusual basement passes 
to anyone in need of a smoke. 

Wes Hollett offers his position as orderly at Saugus 
General Hospital to anybody who wants it. 

Ronald Hanson gives his "excellent" composition to 
Mrs. Korn for future reference. 

James Allen leaves his encyclopedia-mind to some 
underclassman who is having trouble with his 
world history. 

Sam Amabile throws his curly locks to the fresh- 
man girls. 

James Carter just leaves the band. 

Charles Crilley forgets to leave his memory to the 
school. 

Kelvin Hecht loses his chess game in the library. 

Richard Shuckra leaves the high school unprepared. 

Beverly and Elaine Marotta leave the Needhams 
guessing who's who. 

Charlie Juffre turns over the late addition of the 
Boston Herald to Beldon Bly. 

James Stirling wills the two step to the modern 
dance club. 

Philip Devonshire leaves his name to a subway sta- 
tion in Boston. 

Paige Goodwin leaves some of them in the books. 

Philip Poland embarks for France. 

Alan Bloom leaves his name to Mr. Blossom. 

Russell Morris leaves his brother puffing. 

Diane Moore leaves Dick Boyle still trying to put 
her crown together. 

Nancy Sawyer departs without her brother Tom. 

Ellen Hatch bequeaths her name to the chickens. 

Phyllis Hood gives a bottle of peroxide to any 
underclass girl who wishes to bleach her hair. 



Robert Davis goes with the "Girls Going Wild, 
Simply Wild Over Him." 

Jill Bentley leaves her yen for basketball players 
to Judy Franklin, Class of '60. 

Billy Regan leaves, and as far as we know, he's 
taking Lynne with him. 

Robert Wing wills his name to some underclassman 
who is always late for school. 

Frankie Valeriani lends his name to a pizza palace. 

Richard Manley donates his inspirational "shield 
decorated" car to the art classes. 

Claire Backstrom bequeaths her seat at the "Weir- 
dies" to a thirsty underclassman. 

Janet Broatch wills her string of boyfriends to any- 
one who wants them. 

Priscilla Cardarette leaves her red hair to Peggy 
Hurley in case she grays early. 

Doranne Cronin leaves to take a job at the Arthur 
Murray Studio. 

« 

Helen Donnelly bequeaths "Alice" to the metal shop 
for scientific study. 

Carolyn Dow leaves Russo's without a super duper 
scooper. 

Elizabeth Dunn wills her bobbie pins to someone else 
who's hungry. (She swallowed one in gym class 
one day.) 

Nancy Girard left Mrs. Larson without a gum 
chewer. 

Ann Holland gives her inches to a yardstick. 

Barbara MacNally keeps her absent slips at home. 

Norma Marlborough leaves "Alice" without a pas- 
senger. 

Janet Parsons leaves her Cadillac out in the rain 
with the top down. 

Muriel Smith leaves all her "Thursdays at Home" 
to someone with nothing to do. 

Hazen Watson wills his bacon strip bookmarks to 
Mr. Burns. 

Sandy Savary bequeaths her last name to the home- 
making department. 

Richie Stevens leaves his topcoat and takes $50. 



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Pat Carr gladly gives "Gluppie" to Pete Bruno. 

Carol Johnson leaves her athletic ability to Ann Marie 
Bulens. 

Ray Hamilton gladly leaves the dish pile in the sink. 

Dick Secor bequeaths his row boat business to the 
U. S. Navy in case of an atomic explosion which 
he hopes to watch from the moon. 

Richie Hills donates his rosy cheeks to the make-up 
department. 

Loretta Laird leaves a tree on Prospect Street battle- 
scarred. 

Richie Rohrbacher wanders away to take up his new 
job as water boy for the Celtics. 

Louise Lloyd vacates her spot in her all-freshman 
gym class to another lucky senior girl. 

Alan McLellan departs with hopes of becoming 
a photographer at "Armand's." 

Frank Swain leaves Mr. Pinciss wondering how he 
happened to wind up in his home room again. (As 
a senior this time.) 

Andre Battis bequeaths some of his hair to Mrs. 
Anderson's make-up kit (so she'll have equipment 
for curly mustaches for sheep dogs that can't af- 
ford a Toni). 

Dick Boyle retreats but will return by command per- 
formance to continue his daily reading of "Dear 
Abby" in Mr. Bly's sociology classes. 

Barbara Sewell leaves with "Blue Stars." 

Kathy Teta wills her soft voice to a loud junior. 

Gloria Pothier finally leaves her job as Mr. Young's 
private secretary. 

Marie Shipp doesn't leave, she sails. 

Pat Whitmore bequeaths her harrowing experiences 
to fiction. 

Beatrice Sewell leaves Mrs. Shuff's sewing classes 
without a star pupil. 

Bill Danahy leaves his curly hair to a junior girl 
who doesn't know how to make pincurls. 

Rosemary Wade will finally have to leave her of- 
fice work to someone else. 

Paul Tarr loans his used car lot to all students who 
have to walk. 



Bruce Weyler tees off to lecture on the history of 
golf for President Eisenhower. 

Bruce Young wills his nickname to a gander. 
(Goose) 

Henry Oljey leaves his G.O.C. Post to the invading 
Spoonmen. 

Gerri Lucey sets out to write campaign slogans for 
the president of I960. 

Josephine Seeds wills her name to Mr. Struzziero for 
his greenhouse. 

John Chappie wills his wood shop project to 
anyone who can finish it. 

Laurey Kenerson leaves Mr. Burns' third period 
English class without a joke. 

Judy Chabra sacrifices her pony tail to a bald horse. 

Barbara Robie leaves her seat at Marie's Lunch 
empty. 

Ann Soper goes out in search of a pair of stilts. 

Louise Terpstra wills her nickname to a lonesome 
cowboy. (Tex) 

Stephen Poole donates his sweaters to the girls. 

Laurel Gay signs over her little car to transport next 
year's students to and from the parking lot. 

Grace Jervis leaves saying "Cruller Bear" to an un- 
dernourished freshman. 

Marjorie Enderwick leaves her unfinished ice cream 
cone to a chunky junior. 

Justine Farnham takes the nickname Tina with her. 

Virginia Murphy leaves and takes John Chappie with 
her. 

Carol Lynch bequeaths her job at the Saugus Library 
to Joan Huggins. 

Judy Griffin leaves never! never! never! 

Byron Sweezey leaves trash cans tipped over. 

Al Ludwig leaves ventilators to be cleaned. 

Paul Mahoney leaves his passes to the health room 
to Miss Neth. 

Ellen McKay leaves her bobbie pins to the girl who 
needs them. 

Bill Monahan leaves the football team. 

Jean Nadeau returns the Enterprise to its managers. 

Lynne Ratigan leaves to "Follow the Gleam." 



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Billy Rossi bequeaths the bass horn to some under- 
classman in the band who has a strong back. 

Ellen Nichols leaves Mr. Blossom's office. 

Norm Peach leaves his good looks to S.H.S. girls. 

Charlie Russo leaves his U. S. History book to any 
unsuspecting junior. 

Gail Ahman leaves half her tire marks on every 
street in Saugus. 

William Butts donates his name to someone in need 
of a cigarette. 

Robert Lynn takes his clarinet with him. 

William McKay leaves his quietness to Miss Hay- 
ward. 

Jon Moore, after two years, finally leaves Mrs. Korn. 

Ralph, "Red," Brown wills his colorful name to a 
palefaced freshman. 

Janice Case bequeaths her case to Mr. Bly. 

William Colyer leaves his ability to mow lawns 
to Pop Bowley. 

Janice Dexter goes taking her pipe dreams of Volks 
with her. 

Paul Goveia leaves with Judy following in her car. 

Frank McAskill sneaks away as quietly as he came. 

Roberta Johnson bequeaths her go ! go ! go ! to 
Gordon Edmunds. 

Norman Down donates his name to a football 
game. 

Cynthia Ratigan leaves her hat. 

Ann Marie Floccher leaves cheerfully. 

Harold Brennan bequeaths his unwanted locker to 
"Black Bart." 

Sandy Sullivan wills her noise making to Grace 
Brandt. 



Ronald Stazinski leaves to join all his chicks. 

Pat MacKintosh contributes her lonely seat in C-101 
to Ronald Philip. 

Vivian Fisher takes her talent with her on to art 
school. 

Donald Haley abandons his father without a chauf- 
feur. 

Ralph Morley leaves Elvis Presley befuddled. 

Pat Berthold leaves Mr. Falzarano's business math 
class. 

Peter Dixon leaves his trumpet for better things 
in the future. 

Edward Glebus wills the football dances to the 
football team. 

Norma Rippon lends her red face to anybody who 
would like to borrow it for Halloween. 

Charlotte Whidden leaves her quietness to some 
teacher who could use it during a cafeteria study. 

Bobby Tenaglia leaves the teachers still wondering 
what the correct pronunciation for his name is. 

Priscilla Copeland vacates" her place on the cheering 
squad to some underclassman with a loud voice. 

Bob Tibbetts leaves his amazing spelling ability to 
any English teacher. 

Eileen O'Brien departs after being with us for only 
two years. 

Bob O'Conner gives his name to the East and West 
wing! OH IConner OH! 

Franny Riley leaves his dancing ability to a boy 
with two left feet. 

Alice Ruthman leaves her corner table to some 
other girl who goes steady. 



We appoint as executor of our will, Mr. Kenneth Abbott. It is our request that our 
executor, without influence of the faculty shall have the authority to transfer, divert, 
switch around, dispose of, any or all of the actual or imaginary possessions of our class, 
and to obtain money by trading any of these things. 

This, our last will and testament, is hereby witnessed on Friday, the Sixth of June, 
in the year of Our Lord, Nineteen hundred fifty-eight. 



Signed: 

Jean Hancock 
Harold Brennan 
Gail Ahman 



Robert Davis 
Ellen Hatch 
Fred Elliott 



Barbara Guarino 
Loretta Laird 
William Monahan 



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BEST COMBINATION OF BEAUTY 
AND BRAINS 

William Regan Lynne Ratigan 




MOST ABSENT-MINDED 
Jon Moore Claire Corbett 



BEST DANCERS 
Francis Riley Carol Modica 



BMbfi 1"Vi'' ( 





BEST DRESSED 
Charles Juffre Phyllis Hood 

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Class Prophecy 



V 



I 



Charles Juffre is condensing steam for people who 
blow their tops. 

Beverly Marotta has just made her first million 
selling instruments for putting toothpaste back 
in the tube. 

Frank McAskill is making cages for bird brains. 

Henry (O-G) Oljey is making nests for thunder- 
birds. 

Ronald Stazinski, "Labor," is still giving his history 
teacher trouble. 

James Allen has just been named Professor of the 
Year by the Look and See magazine. 

Anne Garland is following Liberace's path. (She 
just went into partnership with her brother 
George.) 

Robert Crowell plays basketball with a glove in one 
hand and a guitar in the other. (He's so ver- 
satile) ! ! ! 

John Chappie is the owner of "Chappie's Easy to 
Take Apart Cars, Inc." 

Ray Couturier, known as "Happy Doc" Couturier, 
is owner of the Rat Trap. 

Marie Shipp is a telephone operator at Northeastern. 

Paul Gouveia is setting up a service station in the 
S.H.S. parking lot for helpless girls; his specialty 
is flat tires. 

Ralph Brown is now making red Davy Crockett hats 
for bald-headed men. 

Bill Danahy is selling stilts to short-legged turkeys. 
(Ever see a turkey on stilts?) 

Pete Dixon is trumpeting his way to fame playing 
reveille in the army. 

William Colyer is experimenting with bony knee pads 
for bony people on a basketball team. 

Janice Dexter has invented green lipstick for jealous 
girls. 

Paul Mahoney is taking a long walk on a short pier. 

Geoffrey Weiner lost his pipes playing poker. 

Harold Brennan is President of the J. A. Company 
that lost two million dollars. (They're barking 
in his cellar right now.) 

Jean, "the ticket taking kid," Hancock graduates 
from ticket taking to ticket selling. 



Marcia Farley is the only woman in the construction 
company wearing a mink coat. 

Norman Down is getting out of a straitjacket 
at the North Pole. 

DeCain, Vinnie, is subbing for Liberace. 

Janet Broatch (Baldy) is selling toupees to bald- 
headed eagles. 

Diane Moore has moved the bus stop to the front 
of her house. 

Priscilla Copeland is the star center on the Celtics' 
Basketball Team. 

Marilyn Wall is the proprietor of the Wall Beauty 
Shops which specialize in hair cutting and bleach- 
ing. 

Toni Coviello is busy trying to invent an eyebrow pen- 
cil that covers up holes in Bermuda shorts and is 
still roller skating through Medford. 

Vivian "Art Room" Fisher is running a tattoo salon. 

"Talkie Ann Floccher," is having her fourth phone 
installed. 

Janice Case has become the composer of the cur- 
rently popular "Songs to be Sung in the Shower" 
series. 

Richard Secor owns his own "Apothecary Shop" — 
At last ! At last ! 

Laurel Gay is still trying to find an "Old Maid." 

Rose McCormack has volunteered to test a new 
formula that will cure any phobia against the 
little red schoolhouse. 

Judie Swenson is typing stories for high school girls 
who don't have the gift for story writing. 

Neil Heyland is selling answer papers to Friday 
mechanical drawing students who leave their 
weekly blueprints until Thursday night. 

Charles Carroll is now writing Easter songs. 

John Gould is still leading cheers at football games. 

Earl Dumas is still trying to invent a heavy duty rope 
for gym classes. 

Gerri Lucey is running a beauty salon for long 
haired politicians, giving out snappy slogans with 
every haircut. 



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Steve White has just finished going through college 
to get his G.M. degree (grease monkey). 

Florence Howell is now in her private laboratory 
figuring out a way to remove dyes from one's 
hair. 

Gail Jackson now has a good business called Jack- 
son's Jacks. 

William "Scarecrow" McKay is now playing the 
part of a fat man. 

Bob Neilson is now modeling "Two Shirts" for 
Simplicity fashions — illustrated in Saturday Morn- 
ing Post. 

Jay Meuse has just now built a home for retired 
moose. 

Alice Ruthman is now modeling for the Slim Gym 
Dress Company. 

Frank Swain is now trapped under his car but still 
laughing. 

Jill Bentley is now traveling up the hill with Jack. 

Eileen O'Brien is now in Hollywood with the rest 
of her famous relatives. 

Roger Spelta is still looking for the High School 
Cafeteria. 

Claire Corbett is still making U turns with a shaky 
foot. 

Andre Battis is still working on his first million 
at 5^2 cents an hour. 

Gloria Pothier is still swooning over Steel Guitars. 

Elizabeth Dunn is still leading the fighting 600 into 
the cafeteria. 

Barbara Sewell has taken her life into her hands by 
volunteering to teach students to drive. 

Charlotte Whidden has just been elected President 

of the Noisy Toy Factory. 

Kathleen Teta makes see-saws for birds. 

Russell Morris is still competing with his cousin 
Philip, he sells Camels. 

Lynne Ratigan is President of the Billy Regan Fan 
Club. 

Bruce Weyler is the proud professor of one dozen 
jet propelled golf balls. 

Richard Manley has just written a new song, en- 
titled "When it Rains Banana Peels, Honey, I'll 
Come Slipping Back to You." 



Cynthia Ratigan is a nurse who has an unusual 
sideline selling "ice packs for hot dogs." 

Doranne Cronin is still directing traffic in front of 
her house (She can't back up). 

Claire Backstrom has opened a coffee and donut 
shop for herself. (Always over at Sully's.) 

Joe Gratiano is chauffeuring President Belden G. 
Bly to the White House. 

Andy Cogliano is the owner of "Andy's Dandy 
Markets," one on every corner. 

Richard Orpin, Old Orp., is now leading the Band- 
Aids. 

Robert Lynn, a jazzy clarinet player who has replaced 
Mr. Mitchell at Saugus High School, is now 
an instructor of the harp. 

Sam Amabile is selling fake pipes to fool the 
registry. 

Robert Tenaglia is still bailing out of airplanes at 
Lynn Beach. 

Lois Ryder is trying to invent an asbestos ladder for 
jumping from the frying pan into the fire. 

James Carter is now modeling for Mad Magazine. 

Norma Marlborough is now in the used car business. 
She has three hot bargains, "Alice," "Stella," 
and "Gretta"; priced at a steal. 

Paige Goodwin has just inherited another name 
"Book." 

Richie Rohrbacher is holding down three key posi- 
tions; end, guard, and tackle, on the "What 
F.B.I.??" football team. (He sits on the end 
of the bench, guards the water bucket and tackles 
anyone who tries to steal it.) 

Dick Shuckra shot down the first shooting star. 

Charles Crilley is making big money in the bank by 
sweeping the floors. 

Judy Griffin is teaching pygmies to walk on stilts. 

Carol Modica is still trying to live down her nick- 
name " ." 

David Huggins is on the moon gathering craters 
for his next book. 

Anna Comeau is demonstrating bubble gum for 
the Spoon Men. 

Lorry Laird is a well known tycoon and is inventing 
a chain for chain smokers. 

Carol Johnson is installing traffic signals in crowded 
schools with narrow corridors. 



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Byron Sweezy will be forever Hying down Forest 
Street hitting ash-cans, trees, and not collecting 
any insurance. 

James Stirling arrived in Mars this past week. 

Robert Tibbets has invented a new dog bone. 

Bruce Young will become rich by selling midget 
ants. 

Bill Butts is teaching the Chinese how to grow 
water. Now that's cool ! ! ! 

Richard Rippon is now manufacturing one way 
boomerangs. 

Elgin Ludwig is selling dented fenders to automobile 
drivers who like to bomb. 

Robert Wing is a target for happy egg throwers 
with a sign "Who can hit "Charlie Wong?" 

Ralph Pepe is now a well known television comedian 
under the name of Professor Peep. 

Jon "Walter Whitchell" Moore can be heard on 
Radio Station BLAB giving out with "who's doing 
what." 

Gordon "King" Cole is a merry GT sole and a 
err)' mole sol sis e. 

Hazen Watson is manufacturing his own rubbing 
compound called "Witch Hazen." 

William "Honey Coated" Graham finds life 
"crumbley." 

Barbara Doucette is now working for the Marotta 
Sisters Circus taming biting monkeys. 

Robert Emerson is taking after his great-uncle in 
law, Henry Wardsworth. 

Donald Martin is working in a circus thinking up 
stunts for clowns. 

Alan McClellan's project is trying to invent a way 
to take showers in five minutes. 

Elaine Marotta is still trying to think up a way to 
take notes as a secretary. 

Ann Petrie is now manufacturing laughing gas for 
all the unhappy people. 

Muriel Smith has risen to stardom as one of Walt 
Disney's best villains. 

Louise Lloyd is now working for the town news- 
paper on the comic section. 

Nancy Sargent is the first woman editor of the 
Looney Tunes Comic Books. 

William Regan has a new job making up questions 



which everybody can answer for the $64,000 TV 
Show. 

Robert McVicar is still trying to keep Cliftondale 
Square clean. 

James Leopold, at the present, is hunting elephants 
in India. 

Marty Leonowert has perfected a watered gas 
guaranteed to give 35 miles to the gallon. 

Richard Hills is still trying to ski down the ski lift 
at North Conway, N. H. 

Jo Seeds is now the proud owner of the school for 
"Charming seeds." 

Justine Farnham is now cleaning up on her newest 
invention: built-in megaphones for oral book 
reports. 

Beatrice Sewell has taken over Dior's place in the 
fashion world, and Mrs. Shuff is her star pupil. 

Margie Enderwick is the proud author of her latest 
book, "Mother Enderwick's Nursery Rhymes." 

Ellen Hatch is a world renowned lecturer. Her 
favorite topic is "How to Reduce in Six Easy 
Lessons." 

Carol Lynch has just found out that bookworms 
are good for fishing for guppies. 

Neil Jackson is playing football for the New York 
Giants, and in his spare time coaches a kids' soft- 
ball team known as Neil's Nifty Nine. 

Bob Hobbs is now running a fruit stand in New 
Jersey and sells only apples and pears. He always 
seemed to prefer them, especially after lunch 
in E III. 

Ronald Hanson is working for G.M.C. as a test driver 
and was last seen failing to make a turn on the 
test track (Watch out, Rutnick.) 

Marie Lunt is writing novels about her summer 
romances. 

Gail Walton has a mobile unit for selling clothes 
to late S.H.S. students. 

Carol Morong is still writing love letters in the 
sand. 

Pat MacKintosh is still working in the apple orchard. 

Ray Hamilton is a traffic cop. 

Sandy Sullivan has just been voted "Miss Gab of 
1978" after talking continuously for 82 hours. 

Roberta Johnson is a cheerleader on the New York 
Giants Football Team. 



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Paul Tarr has just invented "un-do-it" yourself 
model cars. 

Richie Stevens is teaching penmanship under "No- 
read-it" Stevens' course at S.H.S. 

Dennis Day is selling axle grease in a hardware 
store for people whose hair won't stay in place. 

Norma Bishop is a cook, barbecuing chicken with 
her infra-red blush. 

Jean Atkinson is still trying to finish her wedding 
dress. 

Deloris Bajdek is driving a Red Cab in Moscow 
(Idaho). 

Ralph Morley is managing the Morley Salon (for the 
growth of sideburns). 

Carmella Perillo is selling combs on the corner of 
Bristow Street to bald-headed people. 

Jim Virnelli is driving a car at West Peabody Track. 

Virginia Ward is selling used tea bags to Chinese 
restaurants. 

Phil Walz is selling umbrellas in India, at monsoon 
time. 

Paul Anderson has just written a song entitled "Let 
Her Chase You Into The Round House, Men, She 
Can't Corner You There." 

Frankie Valeriani is running a scrap copper business 
directly from the G.E. Dump. 

Norma Rippon just took over Mr. Falzarano's place 
as driving instructor in S.H.S. 

Franny Riley is teaching hockey to dink-toed pen- 
guins. 

Grace Jervis is selling crullers in a bakery. 

Kelvin Hecht is playing (underwater chess) in the 
Saugus River. 

Maryellen Drew has made her first million by 
selling her touch control inflatable cushions for 
short drivers. Her slogan is: "Don't peek through 
the wheel, see over with Mary's super sponge 
cushions." 

Donald Haley is following in Dick Tracy's foot- 
steps. 

Carolyn "Ya Know" Dow doesn't know. 

Willy Lump Lump Corbet, alias "Paleface" is on 
the war path. 

Allen Comeau, sleepy Comeau, is teaching hot 
trumpet to the players on the Boston Bruins. 



Pat Berthold is now making tall heads for short 
people (they put you on a new level in society). 

"Carrottop (Priscilla) Carderette" is still trying to 
find the boy with the green hair. 

A school for forgetful people is under the super- 
vision of Richard (Mother) Boyle. 

Wayne Lee is a dance instructor at the "Learn In A 
Hurry, Murray Studios." 

Donald Barrett is announcing races at "Hyliea" 
Race Track. 

Phil Devonshire is selling keys to Davie Jones' 
Locker. 

Ray Peveri is running a taxi service to North Revere. 

Boy Bucchiere has just invented backward skiis 
for people who like to see where they have been. 

Pat Whitmore is still trying to get that Hollywood 
pose at the studio. 

Mary Vazanna has been taking private lessons on 
smooching (remember Arsenic and Old Lace). 

Robert Johnston is a maker of Johnston outboard 
motors for a well known company. 

Charlie Russo, expert on U. S. History, just made 
it to the $.64 plateau, will he come back next 



year 



??? 



Catherine Vining is teaching shorthand to weary 
business teachers. 

Rosemary Wade is now inventing painless pliers 
for pulling teeth. 

Barbara Robie is moving trees for people who are 
learning to drive. 

Nancy Sawyer has created a new dye that makes 
blond hair blonder. 

Annie Soper is now editing her own column "Dear 
Annie" Advice to the Lovelorn. 

Wes Hollett is now a stage hand on TV for the 
show "Medic." 

Virginia Murphy is in the carpentry business 
specializing in stair making. 

Nancy Girard has just invented a machine which 
automatically makes and fills out basement passes. 

Barbara MacNally is in the clock business and there- 
fore is always on time. 

Ann Marie Holland is now running a clock factory, 
"You name it — I haven't got it." 



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Elaine Newton is busy trying to write up her dis- 
coveries at the Leaning Tower of Pizza. 

Stan Stankowski is selling comics to students who 
are in need ol .in education. 

Robert "Houdini" Davis is in jail for his latest 
magic trick. He pretends to cut off heads in his 
magic guillotine, ( It didn't work.) 

Barbara Guarino and her confederates are still try- 
ing to perfect their "Handy Dandy Kit" for all 
football players. 

Diane Fullerton sings with a new choral group 
known as "Fullertons Fabulous Flats." 

Alan Doty and his car were recently seen as they 
left for Sputnik. 

Sylvia Wells recently won the Mobilgas economy 
run in her "Sylvia's Special." 

Laurey Kenerson has entered the National Golf 
Tournament — Wonder if he still buys S16.50 golf 
clubs. 

Bobby Gallant has just crawled out of the manhole 
on 42nd street, New York City, R. P.'s still there. 

Norman Peach is playing halfback for the Boston Red 
Sox, outfielder for the Boston Celtics and forward 
for the New York Giants. 

Barbara Nadeau is a home detective in the Robert 
Trent Hotel, holding back doors and covering 
up keyholes. 

Sandy Skranda has developed a technique for comb- 
ing hair with long fingernails. 

Sandy Savary has developed an allergy against young, 
dark, tall, and handsome English teachers. 

Phillip Poland is teaching pigeons in his backyard 
to say "Quack, Quack." 

Janet Parsons plays a complete tune while you burn. 

William Monahan, Quiet Willy, is coaching the Bos- 
ton Wetsocks in Baseball. 

Richard Lagercjuist is giving hay stack haircuts to the 
African Bushmen. 

Stephen Poole is a pearl diver at an all-girls camp 
in Florida. 

Phyllis Hood, "Natural" Blond Phyllis, has at last 
been forced to use her SUNSHINE in a bottle. 

Bob Carrigan takes "guess who" pictures for Con- 
fidentially" magazine. 



Dennis Barry is still working for Howard Johnson's, 
making too long pants for tall counter boys. 

Robert O'Conner is rescuing small rabbits from tall 
trees. 

Bill Atkins is the first earthman to land by boat 
on the Moon. 

Alan Bloom is making water wings for disabled 
penguins. 

Pat Carr is babysitting for Elvis' teddybears. 

Richard Collins is teaching twirling to the Lynn 
English Football team. 

Carl DeCotis is pinching his piggy bank. 

Virginia Dow is conducting Guided tours of Cen- 
tral Street on moonlight nights. 

Neal Goldstein is President of the "Ever Red Ear 
Muff Factory." 

Helen Donnelly is testing unbreakable jacks for 
flat tires. 

Kenny Goodman is demonstrating glass bottom cars 
so he can see whom he runs over. 

Ed Glebus is giving out ice packs for hot dogs at 
Coney Island. 

Fred Elliot is testing transparent lipstick for trans- 
parent people. 

Bill "Hot Rod" Rossi is installing a tuba horn 
under his hot rod hood. 

The last we heard of Ellen Nichols she was stranded 
on Mars. Her reason for not returning to Earth 
is, she has "nothing to wear." 

Louise Terpstra "Tex" is running a lonely hearts 
club. 

Florence Stazinski has just been made "Rutabaga 
Queen" of the Cabbage Patch. 

Everything is peaceful in East Saugus. Judy (no 
muffler) Chabra has recently lost her license be- 
cause her back wheels were going frontwards. 

Ellen McKay is running a free hot dog stand "The 
Yakmc" for all handsome cowboys. (That's McKay 
backwards.) 

Bob Jacobs is a big time contractor, building haunted 
houses for hot spooks. 

Gail Ahman is ghost writing for Shakespeare with 
invisible ink. 

Stan Hedlund is manufacturing perfumed bait for 
blind fish. 



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Zhe Senior Class, Saugus Migh School 

Presents ■■ 

Kootn for the Qrootn 




Front row, left to right: Francis Riley, Roberta Johnson, Richard Hills, 
Muriel Smith, William Corbett, Ellen Hatch, Marilyn Wall. Rear row: 
Richard Shuckra, Jean Hancock, Janet Broatch, Gail Ahman, Cynthia 
Ratigan, Robert Davis, Ann Marie Holland. 



'ROOM FOR THE GROOM' 



3y John P. Hen 
A Comedy in th< 



Produced by special arrangemei 



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Friday, March 7, 1958 
THE CAST 

EVELYN ALLEN, harried wife and mother MURIEL SMITH 

"DUTCH" McCAFFREY, a persuasive fellow FRANCIS RILEY 

HAL ALLEN, the son of Evelyn and Tom RICHARD HILLS 

TOM ALLEN, over-enthusiastic, impractical father WILLIAM CORBETT 

LESLIE ALLEN, older daughter ROBERTA JOHNSON 

AUNT LOTTIE, susceptable to drafts GAIL AHMAN 

ANGELA ALLEN, the younger sister ELLEN HATCH 

BRUCE HAMPDEN, Leslies fiance RICHARD SHUCKRA 

PATSY CONOVER, Angela's friend JANET BROATCH 

HAZLITT P. JOHNSON, officious little man ROBERT DAVIS 

KATHLEEN ALLEN, Tom's niece MARILYN WALL 

JOSIE) CYNTHIA RATIGAN 

KAY ("Impromptu otchestra" MARILYN WALL 

LULU' ANN MARIE HOLLAND 



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ACT I — A morning in late August, befote breakfast. 
ACT II - Mid-aftetnoon of the same day. 
ACT III - That night, about seven-thirty. 

PRODUCTION 

Senior Class Advisor Kenneth Abbott 

Ditector Mary E. Anderson 

Student Directots Jean Hancock 

Ann Marie Holland 

Stage Manager Raymond Couturier 

Assisted by ; Notman Down 

Set by Chades S. Stewart, Sometville 




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E-102 

F/>j7 ;omv Carol Hurwitz, Carolyn Madden, 
Phyllis Forward, Edward Harnden. Second row: 
Girard Moynihan, Charles Wallis, Bernard Hub- 
bard, Stephen Rich, Charles Paul. Third row: 
William Cox, Charles Donovan, Christine Carye, 
Nancy Yanofsky, Jacqueline Pike, Mary Fahey, 
Jacqueline Falzarano. Fourth row: Benson Shapiro, 
Charlene LoVuolo, Ruth Meredith, Edward Glin- 
ski, Wayne Gautreau. Fifth row: Mr. Hubert 
Kelley, Richard Dow, Kenneth Stuart, Peter 
Daniels. 






E-104 

First row: Norman Mercurio, Paul Mason, Robert 
Fusi, Andrew Bucchiere, Richard Betjlick. Second 
row: Priscilla Lomski, Margaret Hurley, Judith 
Monahan, Judith Peart, Catherine Quaterone, 
Roberta Regan. Third row: Saul Cherkofsky, Allen 
Humphries, Brian Hazel, Elizabeth Davidson, 
Carol Tarr, Linda Kyle. Fourth row: Lawrence- 
Murphy, John Carrigan, Robert Martin, Samuel 
Rice, Ronald MacFee, Richard Oliver, Robert 
Macomber, Mr. John Quinlan. 



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E-105 

First row: Dallas Hill, Carol Malio, Sandra Casey, 
Judith Denham, Nancy Rumson, Patricia Grella, 
Natalie Shepard. Second row: John Hanlon, 
Frederick Cahill, Robert LoPresti, Victoria 
Piwowarski, Sandra Mercurio, Frederick Long, 
George Allen, Ronald Burnett, Richard Charles, 
Donald Nelson, Helen Penney, James Stevens, 
Lawrence Wing, Peter Bruno, Miss Helen Novak. 



E-106 

First row: David Keaney, Janet McLaughlin, 
Charles Hohmann, Paul Grey, Marie McCarthy. 
George Thompson. Second row: Richard Warbin, 
Harry Allison, Sandra Callahan, Janet Keefe, 
Jacqueline Powers, Virginia Bishop, Pauline 
Everitt, Judith Bell. Third row: Richard Needham, 
Frederick Wortman, Joan Curtin, Joan Nose- 
worthy, Nancy Benson, Judith Heiseler, Linda 
Morrison, Dawn La Verne, Virginia Malin. Fourth 
row: Miss Elinor Ravesi. 



E-107 

First row: Emily Callahan, Sandra Crowell, Vir- 
ginia Serino, Beverly Pearce, Joan Ryder, Diane 
Marino, Nancy Poland. Second row: Mr. John 
Scarborough, Edward Slezinger, Joseph Randazzo, 
Thomas Hashem, Richard Lagerquist, Richard 
Ahlquist, Frederick Moore, James LoVirolo, Earl 
Walling, William Banks, Hugh Connolly, John 
Weiderman, Ralph Tordiglione, Joan Greene, 
Donna Smith, Linda Smith. 



E-108 

First row: John Nichols, George Varney, 
Frederick Berg, Michael Whitmore, Janice Carter, 
John Oljey, Judith Wass, Richard Sullivan. Sec- 
ond row: Catherine Day, Gail Smith, Louise 
Teehan, Frederick Penny, Robert Greenleaf, 
Thomas McCarthy, Dallas Roberts, Patricia 
Lattanzio. Third row: Mr. Robert Cuillo, Bar- 
bara Holmes, Judith Flewelling, John Larsen, 
Joyce Cameron, Albert Rodenhiser. 




E-109 

rov Rosalie Russo, Dolores Sargent, 
Marianne McKenney, Linda MacNaught, Judith 
Frost. Brenda Morin. Janet Lee. Second row: 
Henrietta Colby, Mr. Harold Haley. Leona 
Olszewski. Richard Smith. William Lawrence. 
Robert Crowell, Roy Bucchiere, Arthur Keefe. 
Bruce Stover. Stanley Winslow. Dennis Stamulis. 
Richard Beliveau, Kenneth Guilmain, Michael 
Hudlin. Lois Cerullo, Nancy Sketchley, Lois 
Newburv. 



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E-110 

First row: Patricia Lanza, Eve Hanson, Ann Marie 
Bulens. Carla Hallin, Jean Robleski, Nancy Hut- 
chins, Paul Shea. Second row: John Naples, 
Patricia O'Brien, Lois Ackerman, Joyce Smith, 
Linda Turcotte, Geraldine McGilvery, Larraine 
Currie, Raymond Peverie. Third row: Robert 
Luscinski, Ralph Lunt, Paul Dean, Theran Sar- 
gent, Lloyd Wormstead, Robert Cristiano, Edward 
Gavin. Fourth row: Mrs. Elinor O'Brien. 




E-lll 

First row: Paula Witten, Gail Parker, Barbara 
MacOrquodale. Shirley Collins, Agnes Adams. 
Evelyn Ryder. Judith Kennedy. Second row: Mr. 
George McKay, Edward DiNocco, Richard 
Cocoran. Roland Couturier, Louise Pearce. Emily 
Smith. June Marshall. Carolyn Price, Amy Badger. 
Gloria Ludwig. Third row: Lawrence Vazzana. 
Frederick Lloyd. Ralph Hughes. Leonard Nelson, 
Michael Light, Donald Barrett, Kenneth Gustaf- 
son. Thomas Hagen. Allen McQuarrie, Harold 
Nilsson. 



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First row: Ro 
Marjorie Lunt. 
Roberta Wills. 
Thomas Sullo. 
Albert Rogers. 
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E-112 

bert LePage. Alexander Safer, 

Barbara Robinson. Mary Russo. 

Second rote: Gordon Edmunds. 

David Lucey, Sharon Messar. 
Robert Needham. Claire Worm- 
; Mr. Elmer Watson. Susan Bryc-r, 
, William Kelly. Joseph Gratiano. 
Fourth row: Elizabeth Busineau. 

Lawrence Harvey. Stephen Duke- 



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Class of I960 
Class Officers 



President RALPH DEFRANZO 

Secretary DOROTHY DIAMOND 

Treasurer CHRISTINE HOWLETT 

Vice President MAUREEN MINICHIELLO 





W-101A 

First row: Joanne Walsh, Grace Brandt, Roberta 
Soper, Leslie Misius, Janice Lloyd, Judith Mc- 
Kenney, Ruth Clark, Patricia Grant. Second row: 
Carol Banks, Cynthia Williams, Elaine Moore, 
Marilyn Saulnier, Annette Boisvert, Sandra Ward, 
Merilyn Meeker, Phyllis Marie, Barbara Robleski, 
Miss Poole. 




W-102 

First roiv: Madelaine Manning, Georgiana Caso, 
Gail Davey, Judith Moyer, Sally Currier, Janet 
Forward. Second row: Ralph DeFranzo, Linda 
LeFavour, Nadine White, Ruth Hogseth, Linda 
Rossi, Sandra Stankowski, John Spencer. Third 
row: Mrs. Beauchesne, John Penney, James Grady, 
Joseph O'Brien, William Juffre, Thomas Shnei- 
der, Robert Ratigan, James Kelleher, Austin Mc- 
Kenney, John Anderson, Paul Fitzgerald. 



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W-103 

l : ■ ■ • :. Nancy Hatfield, Barbara Long. Anna 
Giansiracusa, Betty Jayroe, Linda Flewelling, 
Dolores Nicholas, Karen Leeman. Second row: 
Patricia Randall, Patricia Donegan, Arlene Mc- 
Kinley. Susan Reilly, Cecilia Moores, Beverly 
Cook, Ronald Baptista. Third row: Albert Cocoro- 
chio, Richard Goglia, Ronald Bruno. Joseph 
Fozza, Richard Weiner, William Staples. Robert 
Crooker, Philip MacVicar, Francis Pelosi, David 
Butt. David Manoogian, Edward Ward, Robert 
O'Brien. Clifford Sargent, Richard White, Mrs. 
Korn. 



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W-104 

F/V.f.' row.- Carol Russo, Regis Tudal, Denise 
Milley, Jacqueline Ward, Donna Fuller, Doris 
Loiselle. Regina Hauke. Second row: Patricia 
Maher, Marjorie Edgecombe, Audrey Stead, Vir- 
ginia Ladd. Patricia Marie, Gail Oldford, Diana 
Giorgetti. Third row: Conrad Berthold, Paul 
Guilmain. Raymond Cowan, Kenneth Mitchell, 
Peter DeFranzo, Joseph Pignato, Kendall Stewart, 
Brian Cunningham, William Sargent, Richard 
Burt, Philip Hennan, James Baldasare, Wayne 
Hobbs, Mr. McCullough. 




W-105 

First row: Eileen Holland, Catherine Dunn, Helen 
Ludwig, Judith Franklin, Kathleen McCormack, 
Pamela Landry, Carolyn Armistead. Second row: 
Joyce Dykens, Joyce Cann, Diane Winn, Janice 
Walters, Esther Scott, Janet Gripper, Judith 
Richardson. Third row: James McQuand, Carol 
Ryder. Roberta Kotchin, Carol Parent, Richard 
Henderson, George Curtin, Richard Sterling. 
Fourth row: Bartholomew Ciampia, Robert Bry- 
ant. Edward Murray, Julian Seuskonis, Richard 
Timmons, Lester Paine, Dean Habeeb, Miss 
Johnson. 




W-106 

First row: Joan Huggins, Donna Scourtas, Jo- 
Anne Parrish, Claudia Willard. Judith Wildman, 
Joyce Ratigan, Joanne Landeck. Second row: 
Dorothy Diamond, Elizabeth Boudreau, Theresa 
Deputat, Sandra DiBlasi, Catherine McVittie, 
Sally Gleitsman, Francis Flanagan. Third row: 
William Bourne. William Doherty, Gerald Wolfe, 
Richard Fyfe, Alan Cochrane, Paul Sullivan, 
Michael Murphy, Robert Taylor, Melvin Clarke, 
David Matthews, Carleton Labdon, Robert Pazolt, 
Michael Silverstein, Bruce Hersey, Joseph God- 
bout, John Kyle, Mr. Steeves. 






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W-107 

First row: Barbara Ekstrom, Joyce Atkins, Julianne 
Jerzylo, Donna Silvey, Janet St. Martin, David 
Chapman. Second row: Donald LaRocque, Joanne 
McKeever, William Shubert, Elizabeth Weir, 
Jacqueline Cotte, Sandra Beckford, Maureen 
Minichiello. Third row: Marlene Tucker, Janice 
Lee, Beverly Pincess, Elsworth Evans, John Marl- 
borough, George Moriello, Robert Diamond, John 
Barteaux, Henry MacKenzie, Philip Clark, Ed- 
ward Smith, Richard Klockson, Carol Boutwell, 
Janice Ward, Mr. Seifert. 



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W-108 

First row: Rosemary Kelley, Elaine Berry, Theresa 
Rooney, Beverly Harrington, Carol Porcaro, Linda 
Cooper, Marilyn Martin. Second row: Madeline 
Bishop, Meredith Wiggin, Daryle Welch, Joan 
Scire, Jeanette Smith, Sandra Erickson, Sharon 
Dunham, Kathleen Gould. Third row: Richard 
Paulsen, Miss Solomita, Paul Grove, Richard 
Michaud, Ronald Lever, Edward Moore, George 
Franklin, Thomas Maher, Patricia Keller, Linda 
Little, Gary Hitchings, William DiPietro, Rhein- 
hold Winter, Douglas Savary, Russell Carter, 
Daniel Badger, John Maestranzi. 



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W-109 

First row: Richard Patch, Judith Harrington, 
Thomas Dow, Dolores Tichy, Marilyn Pindari, 
Helen Dineen, Donald Bertram. Second row: 
Lawrence Sullivan, Marion Whippon, Robert 
Prezioso, Laura MacDonald, Lorraine Elia, Coreen 
Dodge, Arnold Murray, James Godbout. Third 
row: Shirley Hunt, Joanne Ferris, Carol Bronski, 
Evelyn Downing, Irene McHugh, Nancy Walz, 
Christine Howlett, David Boynton, Richard Smith, 
Frederick Gerasin, Howard Cronin, Michael 
Contino, Arnold Miller, Arthur Cummings, 
Richard Serozynsky, Mrs. Sweeney. 



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W-110 

First row: Joanne Souza, Judith Kmita, Meryle 
Neale, Patricia Mercurio, Lorraine Day, Linda 
Kenerson, Beverly Vater. Second row: Janet 
Bingham, Ivy Roberts, Lorraine McAskill, Gayle 
Essery, Linda Blakely, Roberta Lewis. Third row: 
Mrs. Levell, Carol Leach, Westby Rogers, Michael 
Donovan, Howard Stowe, Daniel Panico, Stephen 
Jablonsky, Robert Bicknell, James Samms, Lawr- 
ence Fullerton, Eugene DeAcetis, David Mathews, 
Charles Robertson, Paul Specht, John Driscoll, 
Amos Cutter. 



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1961 Class Officers 

Vice President . CAROL WAGNER 

Preside)! t RONALD SOUZA 

Secretary SALLY O'BRIEN 

Treasurer EDWARD CIAMPOLILLO 




C-114 

First row: Jane Rogers, Marilyn Tarr, Priscilla 
Sketchley, Rita Bourque, Dianne Prusak, Priscilla 
Hatch, Pauline Evans, Henrietta Laborde. Second 
row: Kathleen Sargent, Nancy Sullo, June Paine, 
Liane Richards, Patricia Hurd, Yvonne Rouleau, 
Jacqueline Balser, Sharon Greene, Sandra 
Wladkowski, Mrs. Corinne Shuff. 



C-114-A 

First row: Joanne DeCalogero, Geraldine Breeden, 
Patricia Richards, Nathalie Dixon, Kathryn Russo, 
Charlotte Hanlon, Leslie Goodman, Rose Julian. 
Second row: Mary Driscoll, Mrs. Patricia Dillon, 
Kathryn Littlefield, Jeanne Diamond, Joan 
Barteaux, Joyce Johnson, Patricia Walz, Roberta 
Frost, Louise Feener, Margaret McNeil, Lois 
Teeling, Judith Newton, Virginia Pariseau, Aldine 
Aborn, Loretta Colby. 



C-120 

First row: Carol Cerullo, Donna Robertson, Nancy 
Pinciss, Maxine Forward, Maureen Riley, Elaine 
Ellis, Judith Ferris, Jean Ossinger, Margaret 
Razumny, Marsha Langley. Second row: Charles 
Bosworth, John Peschier, Philip Duffy, Ronald 
Gove, Bernice Toothaker, Daniel Jobsky, Kathleen 
Burns, Lawrence Trecartin, Douglas Allen, James 
Chang, Miss Josephine DeMaura, Albra Fisher. 



C-121 

First row: Guy Rupright, Vito Russo, James 
Mortellite, John Matrona, Bayard Maxwell, John 
Serino, Frank Piwowarski, Frank Walton, James 
Sullivan, Charles Lancaster, Harvey Macomber, 
Jon Eisenhaur. Second row: Lawrence Hallin, 
James Shuff, Edward Shipulski, Robert Spelta, 
Alan Gay, John McLoughlin, Ronald Gustafson, 
Terrence Martin, Peter Rich, John Mason, John 
Brady, James Kroitzch, Joseph Rossetti, Bruce Mc- 
Kenney. 



C-122 

First row: Bruce Berry, Steven Kappa, Richard 
Williams, Andrew Noel, John Anderson, John 
Laird, Edgar McKenney, Bernard Lambert. Sec- 
ond row: John Berthold, Paul Norkum, Alan 
Symmes, Douglas Pierce, Robert Boyd, Richard 
Crowell, Ronald Ahlquist, James Goodwin, Ralph 
Pynn, Francis King, Robert Vining, Mr. Dominic 
Beninati. 



C-123 

First row: Paul Gavin, Richard Collins, Paul 
Hirtle, Robert Hatch, Robert Hill, Dennis Gaudet, 
Robert Berthold. Second row: James Horgan, 
Robert Nordstrom, Peter Wonson, Robert Bacon, 
William Arvidson, James Fleet, James Moss, 
Alphonse Patrizzi. 








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.-. Paula Fuglesang, Janet Ward, Carolyn 
G v< Pat ( .i DiTomaso, Inez Mordaunt, 
\ halie Thurston, Judith Spencer. Second row: 
Donald A.twood, Patricia Robleski, Grace Hill. 
Carol Hermsdorf, Jeannette Patterson. Rosemary 
Moore, Maureen Cahill, Marcia Scott. Third n w: 
I Falasca, Craig MacNaught, William Por- 
ter, Roger Maillet, William Fritz, Robert Buzun, 
Francis' Bucchiere, Richard Wall, Stewart Raiser. 
Edward Nardone, Robert Keeler, David Hart. 
A ed Villagracia, Robert Cameron, Miss Louise 
Hayes, 



W-112 

First row: Elaine MacDougall, Joanne Beauchene, 
Janice Pennev. Judith Thibeau. Frances Gerniglia, 
Naomi Clark. "Jeanne Donnelly. Arthur Hatch. 
Second row: David Craig, Janet Myles, Judith 
Laviska, Patricia Hogan, Carol Wagner. Joan Rob- 
inson. Judith Kelly. Barbara Madden. Third row: 
Frank Dowling, Paul Cole, Salvadore Colella, 
Richard Benoit. David Meek. Robert Bambury, 
Lawrence White, Bruce Atkins. Kenneth O'Don- 
nell Peter Gibbon, William Hood. William Mc- 
Carthy. Donald Richardson, Roland Nadeau, Mrs. 
Carolyn Inman. 




W-113 

First row: Andrea Donovan. Claire Morong, 
Joseph Prezioso. Carla Poole, Wayne Rothwell, 
Ronald Souza. Patricia Smith. Second row: Karen 
Card. Carol Nichols, Joseph McCarthy, Judith 
Erickson. Frances Bethune, Martha Sadler. Third 
row: Mr. Kenneth Abbott, Nancy Lawrence, John 
Muise. Raymond Girard. Joseph McEachern, 
Robert Olesky, Dana Martin, Henry Blarney, 
Leonard Bartolo, Bruce Gibbs, Richard Walsh, 
Warren Hills, Jean Surette. 




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W-114 

First row: Donna Cameron, Carol Nicholson, 
Susan Piper, Barbara Ulbin, Brenda Jones, Caro- 
lyn Di Ninno, Lynne D'Agostino. Second row: 
Linda Wilcomb, Jane Ferguson, Ruth Williams, 
Mary Molloy, Rose Malin, Donna Galante,- Mr. 
Edmond Gautreau. Third row: Francis Lynn, Ray- 
mond Smith. Paul Egan, Robert Amidon, William 
Carlson, Sandra Buccheri, Linda Lagerquist, Marie 
Bossio. John Riley. Thomas Cotter, Timothy 
Churchard, Walter Batchelder, Wijliam Moody, 
Robert Greenleaf, John Hanson. Fourth row: 
Richard Surette, Charles Cassey. 



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E-113 

First row: Franklin Whitten, Lena Bourgeois, 
Roberta Chisholm, Elaine Hughes, Dawn Butler. 
Second row: Judith Rees, Janet Gross, Dolores 
Demoria, Barbara Kerrigan, Linda Essery, Robert 
Bowler, Margaret McCarthy, Daniel Condon. 
Third row: Richard Murphy, Janet Cox, David 
Penney, Virginia Lunt, Norman MacVicar, Nor- 
man Penley, Charles Eastman, Raymond Mans- 
field. Fourth row: Mrs. Mary E. Small, Robert 
Warner, June Saunders, Barbara Oljey, Richard 
Myluk, Russell Smith, Rosemary Quinn. Fifth 
w: William St. Clair, Jane Pearson, Mary Alli- 
son, Albert Walling. 



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E-114 

First row: Louise Duval, Karen Morrison, Lucy 
Cronin, Linda Goodman, Marjorie Broughton, 
Joan Salin. Second row: Susan Burlingame, Nancy 
Callahan, Stanley Day, William Gregg, Michael 
Mahoney, David Manley, Ronald Bourque, James 
Long, John Essery, Richard Jeffrey, Edward 
Syroka, Roger O'Shea, Raymond Mears, Edward 
Sullivan, Margaret Perkins, Rhoda London. Third 
row: Mrs. Judith Church. 






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E-115 

First row: Dorothy Gray, Judith Garber, Mary 
Chisholm, Joyce Drouin, Joan Mallett, Andrea 
Zermani, Judith Rogers. Second row: Miss Made- 
leine Beaulieu, Frances Bisesti, Bernadette Bajdek, 
Elaine Nelson, Frances Gould, Carol Healey, 
Judith McGilvray, Patricia Harrington, Mary 
Wass, Joan Sweezey, Earl LaBlanc, Walter Car- 
roll. Third row: Earl James, William Stephens, 
George Boyce, Richard Moreschi, Richard Schon, 
David Dunham, Gene Smith, Paul Buccheri, 
Randolph Paul, Peter Lovell. 



E-116 

First row: Bernice MacDonald, Linda Hatch, 
Julia Spencer, Brenda Berlant, Marilyn Merry, 
Valerie Lopez. Second row: Cornelius Regan, 
Kathleen Duffy, Marilyn Piatt, Donna Campbell, 
Charlene Budowicz, Marie Grosso, Ann Trehan, 
Sally O'Brien, Florence Nicholson, Patricia Keefe. 
Third row: James Egan, Joseph Graceffa, Edward 
Ciampolillo, Edmond Wood, William Jameson, 
Dante Floccher, Patrick Mayr, George Bryer, 
Robert Woodbury, Richard Blatchford, Mr. Carl 
Bergstrom. 



Jits erne and Old jC ace 



— Cast — 

Abb) Breu i Carolyn Gove 

,;. . i . Dr. Harper . - William Staples 

B ewsti Wesley Hollett 

Officer Broph) J ames Samms 

Officer Klein ' Ronald Souza 

ba Brewster . Anne Howard 

Elaine Harper Mary Vazzana 

Mortimer Brewster . Phillip Hennan 

Mr. G/Wj J ohn Peschier 

^w«/^« Brewster . Geoffrey Werner 

Dr. Ei;u/«» Robert Dollarc j 

0///r*r O'HrfM . John Gould 

Lieutenant Roone) - Francis Riley 

U- Withers poon .. Lawrence Vazzana 

The Bod) . . Everett M.llea 

D/w/oi- Marie Le , veU 

Student Directors Ruth Mernthew 

Nancy Poland 




Sneaky Snaps 




Club Presidents 




Front row: Marilyn Wall. Diane Moore. Janice Case. Richard Boyle. William Regan, Lynn 
Ratigan, Ellen Hatch. Second rote: Richard Hills. Patricia Berthold, Carol Johnson. Diane Fuller- 
ton. Claire Corbett. Nancy Sargent. Katharine Trepsas, Richard Stevens. Third row: Richard Orpin, 
Richard Rohrbacher. Allen McClellan. Donald Martin. Stephen Poole. Allen Comeau, John Gould, 
John Sousa. 



Student Council 




First row: Linda Cooper, Kathleen Sargent, Rhoda London, Carla Hallin, Carol Wagner, Jane 
Keefe. Patricia Grella. Norma Richardson. Second row: Roberta Soper. Linda Kenerson, Carolyn 
Price, Ann Howard, Edward Beaton, Vice President; Audrey Stead, Secretary; Ann Petrie, Treasurer; 
\\"ili:am Regan, President; Carol Johnson, Mar)- Ellen Drew. Helen Nilsson. Third row: Dorothy 
Diamond. Janet Gripper. Robert Berthold. Jacqueline Cotte. Lynne Ratigan, Christine Howiett. 
Nadine White. Carol Tarr, Marie McCarthy, Joan Mallett, Joyce Cameron, Marilyn Wall. Carolyn 
Dow, Patricia Berthold. Fourth row: Maureen Minichiello. Joseph McCarthy. John McLaughlin. 
Wesley Hollett, Bruce Berry, David Butt, Walter Batchelder. Sally O'Brien. Advisor, Miss Helen 
F. Towle. 

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Career 

Conference 

Committee 



Front row: Saul Cherkofsky, Anne Howard, 
Priscilla Bentley, Gail Ahman, Mary Jo Fahey. 
Back row; Richard Stevens, Edward Beaton, 
Richard Rohrbacher. Advisor, Mr. John B. 
Leahy. 



Student Exchange 
Committee 




P. Z.SJL Officers 



Front row: Lynne Ratigan, William Regan, 
Richard Boyle. Back row: Patricia Berthold, 
Stephen Poole. Advisor, Miss Helen F. Towle. 




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GLOSSY STAFF 

Front row: Florence Howell, Anne Petrie, Diane Fuller- 
ton. Back row: Janice Dexter, Diane Moore, Sandra 
Sullivan. 



EDITORS 

Priscilla Bentley Assistant Editor 

Nana - Sargent Editor-in-Chief 

Patricia Berthold Associate Editor 

Claire Corbett Associate Editor 

Advisors Miss Helen F. Towle 

Miss Hazel C. Marison 



Zontoquonian 





ART STAFF 




BUSINESS STAFF 


Vivian Fisher 
Claire Corbett 




First row: Florence Stazinski, Jean Hancock, Phyllis 
Hood, Judy Griffin. Second row: Jean Atkinson, Carol 
Lynch, Virginia Murphy, Ellen Hatch, Catherine Vining, 
Maryellen Drew. 




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Editors — Carol Hurwitz, Linda Kyle. Advisor: 
Mrs. Marian Sweeney. 




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STAFF 

First row: Judith Thibeau, Lorraine Day, Linda Kenerson, Lynne Ratigan, Maxine Forward, Linda 
Kyle, Co-Editor; Carol Hurwitz, Co-Editor; Sally Currier, Sandra Beckford, Sandra Sullivan, 
Vivian Fisher. Second row: Joan Huggins, Anne Howard, Carolyn Price» Sally Geitsmaajk Virginia 
Murphy, Virginia Ward, Carol Tarr, Jean Hancock, Marie McCarthy, Daryl Welch, Louise Duval, 
Maureen Minichello, Carol Modica, Mary Jo Fahey. Third row: Carla Hallin, Natalie Shephard, 
Robert Fusi, William Regan, Saul Cherkofsky, Peter Lovell, Robert Carrigan, Gerard Moynihan, 
Reginia Hauke, Joan Scire. 



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National Motior Society 




First row: Pauline Everitt, Emily Callahan, Nancy Sargent, Vice President; Lynne Ratigan, Sec- 
retary; Claire Corbett, President; Hazen Watson, Treasurer; Mary Vazzana, Elizabeth Davidson, 
Carolyn Price, Virginia Ward. Second row: Jean Nadeau, Sandra Sullivan, Phyllis Forward, Carla 
Hallin, Carol Hurwitz, Carol Tarr, Marjorie Enderwick, Cynthia Ratigan, Jill Bentley, Linda 
Kyle, Diane Fullerton, Anne Howard, Norma Richardson, Elizabeth Busineau. Third row: Robert 
Fusi, Richard Smith, David Keaney, Gerard Moynihan, Saul Cherkofsky, Laurey Kenerson, 
Edward Glinski, Kelvin Hecht, Kenneth Stewart, William Cox, William Regan, Richard Betjlick, 
Benson Shapiro. Advisor, Mrs. Isabelle Beauchesne. 



Sahico Club 




First row: Justine Farnham. Jean Atkinson. Maryellen Drew, Secretary; Virginia Murphy, Treasurer; 
Patricia Berthold, President; Ellen Hatch. Vice President; Geraldine Lucey, Dolores Bajdek. 
Second row: Rosemary Wade, Gloria Pothier, Sylvia Wells, Katherine Trepsas, Catherine Vining, 
Florence Stazinski. Carol Lynch, Ann Floccher. Third row: Lois Ryder, Judith Swenson, Elaine- 
Newton, Judith Griffen, Marjorie Enderwick, Jean Hancock, Sandra Skranda, Phyllis Hood. 
Advisor, Miss Hazel C. Marison. 

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First row: Marjorie Lunt, Norma Richardson, Mary Jo Fahey, Nancy Poland, Sandra Sullivan. 
Second row: Patricia Berthold, Virginia Dow, Elaine Marotta, Secretary; Marilyn Wall, Vice 
President; Ellen Hatch, President; Antonia Coviello, Treasurer; Jean Atkinson, Mae Russo, 
Justine Farnham. Third row: Cynthia Ratigan, Gail Parker, Elizabeth Davidson, Judith Chabra, 
Patricia Carr, Jean Hancock, Sandra Savary, Janice Case, Judith Griffin. Fourth row: Phyllis Hood, 
John Gould, Stephen White, Donald Martin, George Noel, Kenneth Anderson, Andre Battis, 
Roberta Johnson, Jean Nadeau. Advisor, Mrs. Mary Anderson. 



'Dramatic Club 




First row: Cynthia Decareau, Judith Monahan, Gloria Pothier, Nancy Yanofsky. Second row: Claire 
Corbett, Judith Kennedy, Christine Cayre, Gloria Ludwig, Jane Keefe, Diane Fullerton, Paige 
Goodwin, Carla Hallin, Jacqueline Falzarano, Carolyn Madden, Sharon Messar. Third row: 
Camella Perillo, Roberta Wells, Janet McLaughlin, Joan Noseworthy, Barbara Robinson, Ruth 
Merrithew, Geraldine McGilvary, Linda McNaught, Nancy Sketchley, Barbara MacNally, Janice 
Dexter, Helen Nilsson. Fourth row: Carol Modica, Paula Whitten, Gail Ahman, Roberta Regan, 
Donna Lee Nelson, Muriel Smith, Virginia Bishop, Marie Lunt, Holly Phillips, Claire Wormstead. 

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Front row: Ellen Hatch, Treasurer. Patricia Harrington; Vice Pres- 
ident. Linda Kyle; President. Lynne Ratigan; Secretary,, Janet Forward; 
Nathalie Shepard. Back row: Claire Corbett, Lorraine McAskill, 
Pauline Everitt. Advisor, Miss Bernice Hayward. 



Girls' Club Cabinet 



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First row: Ralph DeFranzo, Robert Tibbetts, Secretary; Stephen 
Poole, President; Hazen Watson, Vice President; Kelvin Hecht, 
Treasurer; Robert Fusi. Back row: Benson Shapiro, Edward Beaton, 
William Rossi, Laurey Kenerson, Geoffrey Weiner, Richard Timmons, 
Richard Hills, William Regan, Richard Smith. 



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Ski Club 




First row: Ann Petrie, Rosemary Wade, Geraldine Lucey, Patricia Berthold, Byron Sweezey, 
Vice President; Gail Jackson, Treasurer; Virginia Murphy, Secretary; Richard Hills, President; 
Justine Farnham, Jean Atkinson, Loretta Laird, Janice Dexter, Gloria Pothier. Second row: 
Virginia Dow, Phyllis Hood, Ellen Nichols, Marie Lunt, Lois Ryder, Sandra Savary, Patricia 
Carr, Jean Hancock, Grace Jervis, Dolores Bajdek, Marcia Farley, Priscilla Copeland, Toni 
Coviello. Third row: John Chappie, Gordon Cole, Richard Shuckra, Richard Collins, Laurie 
Kenerson, Ralph Brown, Francis Riley, Richard Boyle, William Corbett, Robert Carrigan. 
Advisor. Mrs. Elinor O'Brien. 




.Audio- Visual 
Aids 



First row: Kelvin Hecht. Richard Hills. Hazen Watson, Treasurer; William Regan, Vice 
President; Richard Rohrbacher, President; Byron Sweezey. Secretary; Ralph Pepe, Richard 
Collins. Second row: Ralph Brown, Francis Riley, William Rossi, Thomas McNulty, Dennis 
Barry, Bruce Weyler. Geoffrey Weiner, William Wing, Richard Boyle, third row: Robert 
Gallant. Robert Carrigan. Robert Wing. Robert Davis, Donald Haley. Advisor, Mr. Anthony 
Struzziero. 




Usherettes 



Captain, Diane Moore; First Lieutenant, Maryellen Drew; Second Lieutenant, Carolyn Dow; 
Gail Ahman, Jean Atkinson, Jill Bentley, Patricia Berthold, Janice Case, Priscilla Copeland, 
Antonia Coviello, Janice Dexter, Justine Farnham, Laurel Gay, Ellen Hatch, Phyllis Hood, Carol 
Johnson, Roberta Johnson, Louise Lloyd, Geraldine Lucey, Elaine Marotta, Carol Modica, 
Elaine Newton, Camella Perillo, Ann Petrie, Lois Ryder, Sandra Savary, Ann Soper, Muriel 
Smith, Katherine Trepsas, Rosemary Wade, and Marilyn Wall. Advisor, Miss Marcia Poole. 



Camera Club 




First row: Loretta Laird, Allen McLellan, President; Patricia Carr, Secretary; Antonia Coviello, 
Treasurer; Vincent DeCain, Vice President; Janet Broach. Second row: Camella Perillo, 
Lorraine McAskill, Roberta Johnson, Janet St. Martin, Jane Keefe, Mary Jo Fahey. Third row: 
Robert Carrigan, Hubert Connolly, Brian Hazel, Daniel Jobsky, Thomas Cotter. Advisor, 
Miss Elinor Ravesi. 



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Pep Squad 



Advisor. Mrs. Mary Anderson 




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First row: President, Richard Betjlick; Wayne Rothwell, Brian Hazel, Treasurer, Conrad 
Berthold; Allen Humphries. Second row: Paul Egan, Albert Rogers, William Porter. Advisor, 
Mr. John Quinlan. 




Radio 
Club 



Record 
Club 



First row: Jane Ferguson, Marilyn Saulnier, Ruth Clark. Second row: Nancy Laurence, 
Treasurer; Andrea Donovan, Secretary; Rosemary Quinn, Cecelia Mooers, President. Third row: 
Edward Ciampolillo, Richard Warbin, Ronald Souza. Advisor, Mr. Kenneth Abbott. 



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Mixed Qlee Club 




First row: Sally O'Brien. Katherine Russo, Janet Ward, Marilyn Piatt, Dorothy Howard, Donna 
Campbell, Janet Cox. Dolores Tichy. Anna Marie Giansiracusa, Lynda Kenerson, Joan Huggins. 
Second row: Marilyn Tarr, Susan Burlingame, Linda Wilcomb, Lorraine Day, Planning Board; 
David Huggins. Treasurer; Linda Kyle. Vice President; Carol Tarr, Secretary; Richard Stevens, 
President: Kathy Sargent. Regis Tudal, Patricia Harrington, Nathalie Thurston. Third row: Myriel 
Puncochar. Beverly Cook. Sally Glietsman, Shirley Hunt, Dianne Winn, Carol Hernsdorf, Gail 
Parker. Nadine White, Brenda Berlant, Nancy Lawrence, Patricia Walz, Jean Surrette, Linda 
Goodman, Marcia Farley, Judith Peart. Fourth row: Terrence Martin, Raymond Mears, Edward 
Sullivan. James Egan. John Penney, David Manoogian. Richard Weiner, Warren Hills, Edmund 
Wood. Norman Penley, Frank Piwowarski. Fifth row: Andre Battis, Planning Board; Peter 
Gibbons. William Monahan. Stuart Balser, Norman Down, Fred Elliott, Carleton Labdon, Wayne 
Lee, William Corbett, George Noel, James Stevens, James Kroitszh. Advisor, Miss Elaine Grille 



Girls' Qlee Club 




First row: Louise Duval, Marsha Scott, Diane Fullerton, Joyce Ratigan, Carol Ryder, Paula 
Fuglesang, Jane Laskey. Second row: Janice Lee, Joan Scire, Sandra DiBIasi, Dale Riley, Miss 
Grillo, Maxine Forward, Margaret Perkins, Priscilla Sketchley, Leslie Goodman, Carol Hurwitz, 
Judy Ferris, Nancy Pinciss, Carolyn Gove, Alice Ruthman, Joyce Entwistle, Karen Card, Elaine 
Ellis, Patricia Smith, Catherine Quartarone. Advisor, Miss Elaine Grillo. 




Dance Club 



future 
Momemakers Club 








James Stirling Jr., Margaret Perkins, Claire 
Morong, Carol Hermsdorf, Paula Hatch, Presi- 
dent. Advisor, Miss Elaine Grille 



Natalie Dixon, Coreen Dodge, Treasurer; Eliza- 
beth Davidson, Vice President; Mary Vazzana, 
President; Valerie Lopez, Secretary. Back row: 
Judy Chabra, Evelyn Downing. Advisor, Mrs. 
Patricia Dillon. 



Marshal Squad 




First row: Camella Perillo, Antonia Coviello, Amy Badger, Roberta Wills, Janice Carter, Justine 
Farnham, Janice Case. Second row: Helen Donnolley, Norma Marlborough, Janet Parsons, Diane 
Fullerton, Co-Captain; Carol Johnson, Co-Captain; Gail Parker, Linda McNaught, Janet Broach, 
Doranne Cronin. third row: Helen Nilsson, Carol Modica. Patricia Whitmore, Natalie Shepard, 
Lois Ryder, Sharon Messar, Jean Hancock, Elizabeth Busineau, Gail Jackson, Carla Hallin, 
Priscilla Copeland, Patricia Berthold, Mary Ellen Drew. Advisor, Miss Helen F. Towle. 

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Cheerleaders 




Marilyn Wall. Captain: Phyllis Forward, Judy Denham, Roberta Johnson, Elizabeth Davidson, 
Priscilla Copeland, Toni Coviello. Carolyn Madden. 




Mascot Squad 



Stephen White. Donald Martin, John Gould, Captain; Kenneth Anderson, George Noel, 
Andre Battis. 



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Zwirkrs 



Donna Scourtas, Audrey Stead, Linda MacNaught, Ann Petrie, Linda Little, Emily Callahan, 
Joyce Cameron, Nancy Rumson. 



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SCORES 

66 Winthrop 

85 Maiden Catholic 

38 Beverly 

58 Lawrence 

75 Salem 

78 English 

49 Gloucester 

68 Haverhill 

78 Peabody 




Saugus 50 

Saugus 63 

Saugus 43 

Saugus 73 

Saugus .....47 

Saugus 50 

Saugus. 50 

Saugus 52 

Saugus 54 



Co-Captains, Jackson and 
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First row: O'Neil, Jackson, Peach, Soper, Eisenhauer, Wolfe, Barrows, 
Coach McKay. Second row: Comeau, Gallant, Barry, Cox, Harvey, Peveri, 
Maher. Third row: Matthews, Cunningham, Wing, Kelliher, DeFranzo, 
Anderson, Wolfe. 



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SCORES 

Opponent 

Saugus at Beverly 2 

Lawrence at Saugus 7 

Salem at Saugus 

Saugus at English - 7 

Saugus at Gloucester - 2 

Haverhill at Saugus - - 6 

Saugus at Peabody 2 

Classical at Saugus 16 

Beverly at Saugus 3 

Saugus at Lawrence 7 

Saugus at Salem 3 

English at Saugus 9 

Gloucester at Saugus 6 

Saugus at Haverhill 1 

Peabody at Saugus 1 

Saugus at Classical 7 




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Yearbook Photography 



THE ARMAND STUDIO 

OFFICIAL TONTOQUONIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS 

for 

'52, '53, '54, 

'55, '56, '57, '58 



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wishes to extend sincere thanks to all 








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Compliments of 

ADVENTURE 

CAR HOP 
RESTAURANT 



"EAT IN YOUR CAR" 
Newburyport Turnpike 



Let Kennedy's 

HRGRAD SHOPS 



cue you ... 



WHAT'S NEW . . . WHAT'S SMART . . . WHAT'S WANTED 

We've got our ears to the ground — ready to pick up the 
newest ideas — the big trends — the wanted fad-items 
. . . and have 'em for you when you want 'em! Here's 
where you'll find everything that makes a first-rate ward- 
robe ... all arranged for your easy, speedy shopping! 



KENNEDY'S 

BOSTON • FRAMINGHAM • PROVIDENCE 
WORCESTER • SPRINGFIELD • HARTFORD 
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Best Wishes 

to the Staff and Readers of 

"THE TONTOQUONIAN" 

One of the Finest School Publications in 

Massachusetts 

Just as "The Tontoquonian" covers school news completely and interestingly, so The 
Lynn Item covers general news of Saugus and the rest of Greater Lynn. 

LYNN DAILY EVENING ITEM 




The USHERETTE CLUB of Saugus High School served as ushers at The Item's Christmas 
Carol Sing. Left to right are Antonia Coviello, Geraldine Lucey, Diane Moore, Jill 
Bentley, Rosemary Wade, Muriel Smith, Janice Dexter, Louise Lloyd and Marilyn Wall. 




DISTINCTION — — — — — VALUE 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

ATTLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS 

Class Rings and Pins 
Commencement Invitations — Diplomas 

Personal Cards 

Club Insignia — Medals and Trophies 

Official Jewelers for Saugus High School 

Representative: WILLIAM R. ROWAN 

QUALITY — — — — — SERVICE 




W. ERNEST LIGHT 

Printer 
5 Columbus Avenue 

SAUGUS, 
MASSACHUSETTS 
Tel. SAugus 8-0592 



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HANSON CHEVROLET, INC. 

Sales — Service — Parts 

CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 

519 Lincoln Avenue 

Saugus, Mass. 

Tel. SAugus 8-1887 or 8-1888 



C. V. STACKPOLE 
& SON, INC. 

Est. 1896 
G.E. Major Appliances 



27 Market St. 
957 Western Ave. 



LY 2-5348 
LY 8-2920 



LYNN 



THE SAUGUS ADVERTISER 




Your Home Town Paper 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1958 

SAUGUS 
HIGH SCHOOL 

Bands, Twirlers, and 
Director 



SMITH 

CORONA! 

The World's 

Fastest 

Portable 

Typewriter 

HELPS YOU 

IMPROVE 

YOUR 

MARKS! 

Service Dept. 

Located on 

the Premises! 

Guaranteed 
I Year! 




ALLEN STATIONERY CO. 
I 10 Munroe St., LYnn 3-9720 



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NELSON'S 
FLOWERS 


ATTRACTIVE GIFTS 

for the i 
MODERN YOUTH 

ARTHUR STERN 

Jeweler 

Watches, Diamonds, 
Silverware 

UNION cor. BUFFUM STREET 
LYNN 


E. DEMAKES & CO. 
INC. 

Lynn, Mass. 

Manufacturers of 

HOLIDAY BRAND 

Fine Cooked Meats 

37 Waterhill St. LYnn 5-1557 


Compliments of 

CLASS OF 1959 


BUTLER 
DRUG CO., INC. 

Prescription Specialists 


Diamonds Watches 
Jewelry 

PETER L. GRADY 
JEWELER 

Watch, Clock, and Jewelry 
Repairing 

468 LINCOLN AVENUE, SAUGUS 

Next to Saugus Trust Co. 

Telephone SAugus 8-1125 




TOM'S SERVICENTER, INC. 




Flying "A" Products 

Evinrude Outboard Motors 

Thompson and Wagemaker Boats 

693 Broadway, Saugus 
at Gibbs Oil Company 



Market Street at Oxford Street 
LYNN 





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CLOTHIERS 
6 Convenient Departments 

WOMEN'S WEAR 
MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S 
GIRL'S and PRE-TEEN'S 
BOY'S SHOP on the Balcony 
MEN'S FURNISHINGS 
SPORTSWEAR for WOMEN 



Fine Quality at 
Reasonable Prices 



Compliments of . . . 

HATCH METAL 

FABRICATING 

CO. 

Sheet Metal Work 
Certified Welding 

Telephone Saugus 8-0999 

I Auburn Place 

Box 1108 

SAUGUS, MASS. 



Compliments of 

CLIFTONDALE 

WOODWORKING 

COMPANY 

(Incorporated) 
P. E. AGERSEA, Pres. 



Tel.: SAugus 8-0020 REvere 8-2013 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 



CLIFTONDALE ELECTRONICS 

Television, Radio 

Service and Sales 

Latest Hit Records 

CLIFTONDALE SQUARE 

SAugus 8-1865 


Compliments of . . . 
CHARLES M. SWEENEY 


Compliments of . . . 
GIBBS OIL CO. 

Turnpike 
SAUGUS, MASSACHUSETTS 


Compliments of . . . 

SAUGUS PHARMACY 


THE 
GIRLS' CLUB 


THE PARK PRESS, INC. 

Printers 

Fifteen Main Street, Saugus, Mass. 

Telephone SAugus 8-0315 


Phone: SA 8-0070 Electric Wiring 

PERCY A. OWENS 

Automobile Repairing 

Refrigeration and Oil Burner Service 

542 Lincoln Avenue 
Saugus, Mass. 


PARSONS 

Coal— Oil— Coke 
LYNN POWER BURNERS i 
SAugus 8-1300 


Hon own 's 

235 Broadway 
Telephone SAugus 8-1890 


Compliments of 

HOFFMAN'S 

Cliftondale Square 
Wearing Apparel 


Compliments of . . . 

BOYS' CLUB 


MILL STORE, INC. 

OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL 
Fabrics — Drapes — Notions 







Compliments of 

THE SAUGUS HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB, 1957-1958 




Martha Lee Thurston, Planning Board; Carol Tarr, Sec; Linda Kyle, 
V. Pres.; Lorraine Day, P. B.; Dave Huggins, Treas.; Richard Stevens, 
Pres.; Andre Battis, P. B.; William Monahan, P. B. 



SPECIALIZED BUSINESS TRAINING 

Security — Opportunity — Success 

ACCOUNTING 
SECRETARIAL 
BUSINESS MACHINES 
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Start With Summer Classes in June 

Continue Wtih Fall Diploma Classes in September 

Students May Enter Any Monday 

MALDEN BUSINESS SCHOOL 

Dowling Building Maiden Square MA 2-8200 



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SAHICO CLUB 
HALLOWEEN PARTY 







Sales Rentals 


Parisian: — 




Painstaking 




Individualized 


k!S$ 


Cleansing 


J1JB7 


Service 




1 by 

Craftsmen 


TYPEWRITER 


Ask Your Neighbor 


SPECIALISTS 


PARISIAN 
CLEANSERS 


Exclusive Distributors for 
"Royal" Typewriters 

64 Franklin Street 


Ly 2-3590 


LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS 


CAREFUL TENDER CARE 


Special Rates for Students. 




Portables 




Tel. LYnn 8-5060 


WEST LYNN 
CREAMERY 


Compliments 
of the 


626 Lynnway, Lynn 


CLASS OF 


- — Featuring — 
The Best Possible in: 


I960 


Milk — Eggs — 




Butter — -Yogurt 




Ly-3-3889 





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Compliments of 

JERRY'S 
BEAUTY SHOP 

Saugus 8-0199 



THE CONTINENTAL 
CLUB, INC. 

Famed for Its 

International Cuisine 

On Route I 

NEWBURYPORT TURNPIKE 

SAUGUS, MASS. 
Lobster — Steak — Chicken 

Featuring 

Continental Dishes 
Private Function Room 

Reservations Call 

SAugus 8-2587 

Manager, ALEX SAMPSONIS 

Chef, NICHOLAS SAMPSONIS 



TURNPIKE SUNOCO 
SERVICENTER 

Open 7-11 

SERVICE WHEN 
YOU NEED IT 




L B. ANTHONY COMPANY 

Electric Motor Repairs 




1127 Western Avenue 

LYNN, MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone LYnn 5-171 I 



Compliments 
of the 

CLASS OF 
1961 



REVERE KNITTING 

MILLS 

FACTORY STORE, INC. 

"S" Sweater Headquarters 
Manufacturers' Distributor 

of School 

and Club Award Sweaters 

and Jackets 

108 Ferry Street 

MALDEN 48, MASS. 



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to the 

Class of 1958 



BAND PARENTS 
ASSOCIATION 



CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 




SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 




SAHICO CLUB OFFICERS 

Patricia Berthold, President; Virginia Murphy, 
Treasurer; Maryellen Drew, Secretary; Ellen 
Hatch, Vice President. 







THE TREASURE CHEST 

Gifts, Greeting Cards 
Stationery Toys 

Cliftondale Square SA 8-1625 



Compliments of 

GRAHAM BROS. MARKET 

330 Central Street 

Store Hours 8 to 6 

Open Wed. Afternoons 



Compliments of 

DR. JOHN L SILVER 



Tel. SAugus 8-2223 

BRUHM'S SERVICE STATION 

Expert Auto Repairing 
Carburetor and Generator Work 

99 Lincoln Avenue Saugus, Mass. 



SAUGUS 

TRUST 

COMPANY 

Complete 
Banking Service 




RHH9 



NU-LIFE CLEANERS 

350 Central Street 

SAUGUS, MASS. 

Saugus 8-2800 


Compliments of 

CASTLE ROCK SPRINGS 

Saugus, Massachusetts 


ARNOLD STATIONERY CO. 

33 Central Square 
50 Exchange Street 

LYNN, MASS. 


Compliments of 

TURNPIKE 
FURNITURE COMPANY 


Compliments of 

BERNIE'S 
DELICATESSEN 

390 Main St. (Next to Jordan Marsh) 
Maiden, Mass. 


THE LITTLE SHIRT SHOP 

High Quality at Low Prices 

in 

Ladies', Men's and Children's Wear 

332 CENTRAL ST. SAUGUS 

Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service 


Compliments of 

SHERMAN'S MARKET 


Compliments of 

DR. and MRS. 

HAROLD W. BLY 


MASSACHUSETTS 
MOTION PICTURE SERVICE 

Complete Photographic Supplies 

One of New England's Largest 

Film Rental Libraries 

35 Market Street Lynn, Mass. 
Telephone LYnn 5-6664 — 5-6665 


Compliments of 

CHICKLAND BARBECUE 


Compliments of 
REILLY'S VARIETY 

199 Central Street 
SAUGUS 


Compliments of 
KAY JEWELRY CO. 

285 Union St. 
LYNN, MASS. 



C. E. WHITTEN 
& SONS 



BUICK AND OPEL 
CARS 



Lynn — Salem — Beverly 



FULLERTON 

FUNERAL 

HOME 



325 Central Street 
SAUGUS 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



CHARCOAL BROILED PRIME STEER 



5fl*T* 



with choice of Vegetable & Potato, 
Salad Bowl, Rolls & Butter 

,• 
Cocktail Lounge 
Open Every Day at 12 Noon 



Facilities Available 
for Private Parties 

Ked€oadi&tttl 

Newburyport Turnpike • Route 1 • Saugus 
SAugus 8-0242 



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NORTH SHORE ! 
\ NURSERIES & FLORISTS 

221 Broadway Saugus 
Tel. SA 8-0878 


Compliments of 

IRON POT 

Chicken Pies ALL Kinds 


FONTAINE'S 

for Fine Foods 
LYNN AND SALEM 


A. H. WOODBURY 

Dry Goods 

Tel. Sa8-0589 








tD.M.ClIONIN LUMBEV C01 


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£430 CENTRAL $T. • SAUC 


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Compliments of 

MARGE'S CARD 
& GIFT SHOP 

314 Central St. 


SAUGUS ANIMAL HOSPITAL 

1. Lawrence Halpert, D.V.M. 

230 BROADWAY SAUGUS 


Compliments of 
BEAUTY CENTER 

38 CENTRAL ST. 


Compliments of 

R. L SWEEZEY & SON 

Shade Screens — Venetian Blinds 
Doors, Windows 

59 APPLETON STREET 


Tel. SA. 8-2889 Evenings SA. 8-2431 

HERBERT W. SPENCE 

Real Estate — Insurance 
Notary Public 

306 CENTRAL ST. SAUGUS, MASS. 


Compliments of . . . 

LUDWIG'S CLEANERS, INC. 

73 Vine Street Saugus, Mass. 





Credit for getting the most advertisements for the Focus and Annua 
go to: Patricia Berthold, Phyllis Hood, Jean Atkinson. 




Compliments of 

YOUNG'S MARKET 

FREE DELIVERY 



EDDIE & FRANKS 
GULF SERVICE STATION 

Cor. Main 
and Central Streets 



SAUGUS 



SA 8-2688 



A. COGLIANO FOOD MART 

Groceries and Provisions 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

Meat Is Our Specialty 

Tel. Saugus 8-0954 

304 LINCOLN AVENUE* SAUGUS, MASS. 



fSAVS 20% 5 80X> 



FIRST QUALITY 



OPEN DAILY 



OPEN DAILY 
10 A.M. to 9 P.M. 



NATIONAL BRANDS 



Roadside Shoe Outlet 



•NEXT to KIDDIE RANCH" \\^\ "ON the NEWBURYPORT TURNPIKE" in SAUGUS 



Join Our 

Lucky "13" Club Plan 

After You Buy 12 Pairs 

You Get Your 13th Free. 



MARY BURNS 

Going 
Formal! 
Let us enhance your starry-eyed 
plans for the prom season. Ex- 
citing formals from $19.95 



100 SUMMER STREET 
BOSTON 



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Acknowledgements 

To Miss Helen Towle, faculty advisor of the Tontoquonian and Miss Hazel C. 
Marison, faculty advisor of the Sahico Club, for their patience and help. 

To Mrs. Mary Anderson for the organization of the class will, prophecy, and 
history. 

Once again the end of the school year is here. Some will walk out of the 
classrooms of Saugus High School forever. Some will be happy, some will be 
sad. Others will be bewildered by the future ahead, but most will be prepared 
to face that future squarely and honestly, knowing full well they are ready. 

As we leave Saugus High School, may we do our best to follow the inspira- 
tion and high standards that have been set for us. 

THE EDITORS 



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